Global Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) Markets to 2024 - Leading Players are Allot Communications, Cisco, Sandvine

DUBLIN, October 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

The "Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) - Global Strategic Business Report" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering.

The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the US, Canada, Japan, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. Annual estimates and forecasts are provided for the period 2015 through 2024. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research.

This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) in US$ Million by the following Product Types:

    --  Integrated DPI
    --  Standalone DPI

The Global market is also analyzed by the following End-Use Applications:

    --  Internet Service Provider (ISP)
    --  Government
    --  Others

The report profiles 27 companies including many key and niche players such as:

    --  Allot Communications Ltd. (Israel)
    --  Bivio Networks, Inc. (Canada)
    --  Broadcom Ltd.
    --  Cisco Systems, Inc. (USA)
    --  cPacket Networks, Inc. (USA)
    --  Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. (China)
    --  Procera Networks (USA)
    --  Qosmos (France)
    --  R&S Cybersecurity ipoque GmbH (Germany)
    --  Sandvine Incorporated ULC (Canada)
    --  SolarWinds Worldwide, LLC (USA)
    --  SonicWALL L.L.C. (USA)
    --  Vedicis (USA)

Key Topics Covered:

The Economics of DPI
Market Outlook
Developing Markets Drive Market Growth
Standalone DPI: The Major Product Type
Integrated DPI Poised to Exhibit Faster Growth
DPI Scores Over SPI
Role of DPI in Network Functions Virtualization
Increasing role of Application Awareness in NFV and SDN for Network Operators
Factors Affecting Performance of DPI
Competitive Scenario
Leading Players
Market Share Findings
DPI Building Blocks Vendors on the Rise
Cisco Witnesses Decline in Market Share

Key Drivers
Network Security with DPI Comes to Fore
A Key Enabler of Application Visibility in SIEM/SIM Systems
Rising Bandwidth Management Needs Drive Adoption of DPI
Key Statistical Data
Review of Key Factors Influencing IP Traffic Growth
Sharp Increase in the Number of Internet Subscribers
High Penetration of Smartphones and Tablets
Key Statistical Data:
Faster Broadband Speeds
Proliferation of Bandwidth-Intensive Applications
IP Video: The Widely Used High-Bandwidth Application
Major Issues
Net Neutrality: The Red Hot Button' Issue for DPI
Privacy Concerns with DPI

ISPs: Major End-Users of DPI Technology
DPI Offers ISPs with Application-Aware Traffic Management to Enhance QoS
DPI: A Key Tool for Content Optimization in ISP Network
ISPs Prioritize DPI in Traffic Filtering for Regulatory Compliance
DPI In Copyright Protection
ISPs Leverage DPI in User-Configurable Disablement of Applications
ISPs Incline towards DPI for Usage-Based Charging
ISPs Deploy DPI for Data Offloading
ISPs Implement Targeted Advertising with DPI
ISPs Rely on DPI for Network & Subscriber Analytics
DPI Emerges as Key Enabler of Application-Centric Mobile Networks
Government Sector: The Fastest Growing End-User Segment
Growing Bandwidth Needs of Enterprises Bode Well for DPI
Enterprises Seek DPI Capability to Streamline Bandwidth Allocation
Educational Institutions Rely on DPI for Bandwidth Management

DPI: A Brief History
Software & Hardware Features
Software Features
Hardware Features
Bandwidth Management
Policy Enforcement
Monitoring & Interception
Modification & Injection
Content Optimization
Network Security
Billing & Metering
Network & Subscriber Analytics
Internet Censorship
Key Limitations
Classification by Product Type
Integrated DPI
Standalone DPI
Deployment by Network Type
Fixed-Line Networks
Wireless Networks
End-Users of DPI
Internet Service Providers (ISPs)
Educational Institutions

Rohde & Schwarz Incorporates Bitcoin Transaction Detection in to DPI
Rohde & Schwarz Expands its DPI Capability with Inclusion of DNS Detection
Aricent Embeds Rohde & Schwarz's DPI in Traffic Detection Function
Enea Releases Qosmos Signatures for Third Party DPI Libraries
Qosmos to Combine DPI with Mellanox's MPS-400
xCelor Launches iXPM Symbol Switch with Embedded DPI
ADLINK to Demonstrate DPI Technology for NFV
Procera Introduces Virtualized OEM Solution Framework for DPI Implementation
Qosmos Launches First Operational DPI Component Products for SDN and NFV
Procera Releases NAVL 4.3
Accolade Rolls Out ANIC-100K
Emulex Launches Next Generation Network Performance Management Platform
Accolade Rolls Out 100 GigE DPI NIC
Procera Unveils PacketLogic 9420
SolarWinds Unveils New Deep Packet Inspection Free Tool for Wireshark
Allot Unveils Allot Service Gateway Tera
Marvell Unveils New Versions of Prestera DX Packet Processors

Francisco Partners to Acquire Sandvine
Enea Acquires Qosmos
Qosmos and Secucloud Ink Partnership for Cyber Security Solutions
Qosmos and ECI Enter Technical Alliance
Infotecs Chooses Rohde & Schwar's DPI for Infotecs Cyber Security Platform
Cisco and Rockwell Automation Join Hands for DPI Technology Development
Kalray and Qosmos Partner for Developing Data Center Security Solutions
ADM Systems Embeds Qosmos ixEngine SDK in ADM S1 Product Line
Avago Takes Over Broadcom
NetSTAR and Qosmos Ink Partnership
Yaana Acquires IP Fabrics
Avago Acquires Emulex
Anritsu Integrates Qosmos's ixEngine DPI Engine into MasterClaw
443 Networks Adopts Procera's NAVL- Embedded DPI Engine
Sandvine Obtains Expansion Order for PTS 32000 from T1 North American Cable Operator
Qosmos Establishes a Subsidiary in Japan
Allot Receives Two Orders for Its 100GE Allot Service Gateway DPI
Orange Slovakia Selects Cisco's ASR 5000 for 4G LTE Network
Allot Receives $15M Order for DPI and VAS Portfolio
Connectem Selects Procera's NAVL Engine
Procera Bags Follow On Order for DPI from Three Broadband Operators
Allot Obtains $5M DPI Order
Tilera Selects Procera's NAVL Engine for SDN and NFV Architectures



Total Companies Profiled: 27 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries 28)

    --  The United States (13)
    --  Canada (1)
        --  Europe (9)
        --  France (2)
        --  Germany (3)
        --  The United Kingdom (2)
        --  Rest of Europe (2)
    --  Asia-Pacific (Excluding Japan) (4)
    --  Middle East (1)

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