We continue to innovate and develop our leading technology to meet our customers' critical needs.
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) May 20, 2013
Saisei Networks today announced the receipt of a Notice of Allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for its flow technology used in Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Network Function Virtualization (NFV). This patent is key to their core technology and differentiation in Internet traffic management technologies.
"This is the way to cure buffer bloat on the internet and it opens the way to low latency, wide area networking," says John Harper, Saisei Networks Co-Founder.
The patent issued is centered around Saisei Networks' flow based management technology, which is optimized for today's Internet Protocol (IP) networks. Titled "Computer Program Product For Controlling The Rate Of A Network Flow And Groups of Network Flows", the patent introduces revolutionary technology for flow rate controls based on user, application, and service level agreement policies. The technology enables rate control of IP traffic without the use of memory based queues or schedulers, therefore removing the buffer bloat problems seen in networks and greatly decreasing latency. Furthermore it enables extremely efficient link utilization and achieves link utility of 90-95% without any congestion symptoms.
"We are extremely pleased to receive this notice from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office," says Bill Beckett, Saisei Networks Founder and CEO. "We're hardly finished though, and we continue to innovate and develop our leading Internet traffic management technology to meet our customers' critical needs."
About Saisei Networks, Inc.
Saisei Networks develops and distributes software based virtual appliances to network operators of any size, from dozens of users to millions of users. The Saisei Networks virtual appliances gives operators control and visibility of the use of their network resources to ensure the highest availability and quality of WAN and cloud network resources.