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Through a Network Packet Broker (also known as a data/network monitoring switch or matrix switch), you can reliably aggregate all data flows distributed in the network from network TAPs or other data sources for analysis and monitoring systems. The Network Packet Broker serves as a link between access points in the network and security tools, supporting all common transceiver standards depending on the version, ranging from 1 Gigabit SFP slots to widely used 10 Gigabit SFP+ interfaces, up to high-performance QSFP-DD connections, with bandwidths reaching up to 400 GB for each interface.
Our PacketFalcon product is a powerful logging device suitable for all types of speeds, enabling IT organizations to analyze, monitor, and accurately record traffic without compromise. PacketFalcon allows permanent access to 1G, 10G, 40G, and 100G network media for detailed analysis, including forensic analysis of past events.
Supporting security teams by recording data at critical network points, PacketFalcon keeps data collection at the lowest possible level. By indexing the data and providing simple and complex filters, PacketFalcon enables security teams to quickly investigate and thwart attacks.
PacketGrizzly is an industry-leading modular packet capture and analysis solution that enables real-time and post-event analysis on networks with speeds up to 100Gbps. PacketGrizzly empowers network administrators to identify network and application performance issues in 1/10/25/40/100 Gigabit Ethernet, 802.11ac WLAN, VoIP, and IP video networks.
Providing a robust network recording and capturing solution for traffic up to several petabytes without packet loss, PacketGrizzly also includes the award-winning Omnipeek software. This software is utilized for real-time analysis of network traffic and forensic network analysis of recorded traffic.
The term "Advanced Packet Processing" encompasses various functions, all designed to simplify the analysis and evaluation of network data. Whether it's blocking user data throughout the data flow, eliminating duplicates, or simply slicing packet data. Through advanced packet processing, you can not only reduce the effective data payload on monitoring systems but also choose to protect sensitive content or only create connection data.