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Apr 11, 2007

Endace will empower you!

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Are you a . . .

  • Telecommunications & Wireless Network Operator
For your capacity planning, service delivery, management and compliance with lawful intercept regulations, Endace provides complete access to network traffic statistics and whole content, enabling Network Managers to sustain and build their network and customer base profitably.
  • Financial Institution
Your automated trading systems make buy/sell decisions in milliseconds so the performance of your corporate network and your service providers' networks is crucial to your profitability. Leading financial trading houses rely on Endace to identify any potential threats to their network performance, and can use the very accurate records of transaction timing from their Endace probes for reporting.
  • Enterprise, Government Agency or University
Your Intellectual Property and information is highly sensitive and valuable - like any other such asset, it needs protecting. Endace's products enable 100% inspection of all traffic in/out of your organisation so that you can be sure of your information security, even under attack conditions. Only with this guaranteed level of performance can you be truly sure that nothing slips by.
  • Telecommunications Systems Integration House

Your ability to get to the market with a product that meets your customer's expectations, with the minimum of delay, is the life-blood of your business. Endace can provide the edge, by allowing you to build on a reliable platform, freeing up your resources to focus on your core applications.


Where Endace excells!

  • Monitor
Mobile network monitoring
Endace network monitoring infrastructure enables wireless network operators to monitor all traffic across layers in their Radio Access Network (RAN) and IP data core. Our Application Partners provide protocol reassembly for GPRS and UMTS RAN signaling protocols plus application-level TCP/IP session reassembly with detailed reporting of potential issues.
Together we enable network operators to build their networks cost-effectively, guarantee service performance, and grow their mobile data revenues for maximum profitability.
  • Detect
Information security in Enterprise networks
Your Intellectual Property and information is highly sensitive and valuable - like any other such asset, it needs protecting. Endace enables 100% inspection of all network traffic entering your organization so that you can be sure of your information security, even under attack conditions. Only with this guaranteed level of performance can you be truly sure that nothing slips by.
Our application partners combine their leading intrusion detection, anomaly detection and threat reporting software with Endace network monitoring infrastructure in order to provide network-wide security monitoring.
  • Intercept
Lawful Intercept in Carrier networks
Using Endace network monitoring infrastructure, telecommunications carriers can provide secure and separate access to targeted network traffic for Lawful Interception, while leveraging the same infrastructure investment for WAN security and management.
The monitoring infrastructure can also be used to ensure network service delivery and provide revenue-generating security monitoring services. Our customers are able to generate a meaningful ROI on an asset base that would otherwise only serve for regulatory compliance. Unlike router-based options, Endace monitoring probes ensure lossless capture of target traffic, invisible operation, and zero compromise of network performance.
  • Analyse
Carrier network flow analysis
Managing a complex and distributed network with many elements, many users, and many application protocols requires you to have a real-time network-wide view of activity. This visibility is vital to ensure the availability and security of your network services.
Endace network monitoring infrastructure supports a wide range of legacy, SONET/SDH, and Ethernet network types so that your flow analysis and deep packet inspection software can access traffic from all areas of your network and provide you with the precise intelligence that you need.
  • Prevent
Anti-data leakage (ADL) / Information leak prevention (ILP)
Endace network appliances enable your existing information leak prevention software to operate losslessly at multi-Gigabit speed, wherever you need to deploy them in your network to ensure that your intellectual property is protected from insider threats.
By deploying Endace network monitoring infrastructure throughout your network, you can enforce policy using your preferred anti-data leakage application, while concurrently supporting other network management and intrusion-detection applications on the same platforms.
  • Capture
Financial network transaction time monitoring
Your automated trading systems make buy/sell decisions in milliseconds so the performance of your corporate network and your service providers' networks is crucial to your profitability. Leading financial trading houses rely on Endace to identify any potential threats to their network performance. They also use the very accurate records of transaction timing to comply with transparency regulations such as the EU's MiFID (the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive).
Working with Endace, you can be assured of your trading system performance and profitability.


ENDACE PRODUCTS

DAG CARDS - Ethernet, Sonnet/SDH, PDH/TDM

Endace DAG network monitoring interface cards provide 100% packet or cell capture, regardless of interface type, packet size, or network loading. On top of this zero-loss performance, Endace DAG cards offload the data handling workload from the CPU, allowing software applications to inspect and process traffic at much higher speed.

Accessories

More recent DAG cards feature the Endace Data Stream Manager (DSM) which provides hardware-based traffic filtering, data stream replication, and CPU load balancing functions. These effectively accelerate application performance, enabling Network Managers to be confident that every packet has been inspected and reported on, and that nothing has been missed.


NinjaProbe appliances

Endace NinjaProbe appliances provide a hardware-optimised system to take advantage of the wire-speed capabilities of Endace DAG technology. Options are available for high-speed capture to disk, high-speed real-time traffic processing, and full line-rate flow record generation.

NinjaProbe appliances deliver unmatched performance and support a wide range of traffic analysis applications. They can be quickly installed and deployed, with secure remote management, update, roll-back, and configuration backup capabilities.


DEPLOYMENT MODEL

Enterprise IT Managers and Managed Security Service Providers benefit by gaining secure access to 100% of traffic at the key perimeter points of their corporate networks.

Network Operators' security and operations teams both gain secure access to the core, edge, and peering traffic that concerns them, while the same infrastructure supports their Lawful Intercept obligations.
Implemented out-of-band, Endace network monitoring systems are vendor-neutral and completely invisible to every other network element. They provide information on network traffic at all layers of the network stack. This enables pinpoint selection of any protocol and any endpoint on the network to watch.

SOUTH AFRICAN APPLICATION PARTNER


Data & Systems Technology (Pty) Ltd represents Endace in Southern Africa.
We can assist with sales, consultation, system design, development, deployment and maintenance of systems.

For more information please contact:


Data & Systems Technology (Pty) Ltd

012 346 5667
082 447 3289
Deon Herbst

Or visit www.endace.com

 

Edited by: Creamer Media Reporter
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