New collaboration to predict and prevent revenue-affecting bottlenecks to latency-sensitive and Software Defined Networks

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Phoenix Datacom and Jolata collaborate to deliver the next step-change in network latency reduction for UK Carriers, Mobile Operators and Financial Trading Houses

Example Jolata dashboard

Example Jolata dashboard

We expect the Jolata platform to provide the next step-change in network latency reduction and allow customers to command a premium for low-latency connections and time-sensitive services.

Phoenix Datacom Limited, the UK’s leader for improving performance and security in data centres and networks has announced its collaboration with Silicon Valley-based start-up Jolata, to provide and support its Big Data – network performance improvement platform in the UK.

Providing end-to-end and hop-by-hop precise performance metrics, the Jolata platform empowers users to quickly identify root causes of network problems, efficiently improve network performance and accurately configure their SDN/NFV-enabled networks.

Jolata’s TruFlow Analytics Platform is a next generation network monitoring solution that provides predictive, precise network intelligence with millisecond-precision performance statistics for any flow, allowing users to:

  • Monitor every packet with microsecond granularity and correlate at millisecond intervals
  • Process every packet and visualise the results within seconds on an easy-to-use GUI
  • Analyse up to every packet and flow, at any location across the network
  • Spot potential causes of bottlenecks and remediate before latency, or other key metrics such as jitter, loss and throughput can be affected.

“This is not just another Service Provider/Financial Trading network performance monitoring solution”, said John Carson, Managing Director at Phoenix Datacom. “The Jolata platform goes beyond the capabilities of legacy solutions to provide both real-time and predictive analysis. This not only means alerting network owners to troubled spots within 5 seconds and with much higher resolution, it also means identifying the problem, determining the root cause and most importantly, preventing the same issue from occurring in future.”

“Phoenix Datacom is our exclusive partner to deliver and support our Big Data network performance improvement platform in the UK,” said John Loiacono, CEO at Jolata. “We love that our colleagues at Phoenix can demonstrate our platform in their state-or-the-art cyberlab by generating real-life impairments, traffic types and network scenarios and show how Jolata TruFlow can prevent these from affecting performance in Carrier, Mobile Operator and Financial Trading networks.”

Carson added, “We are already seeing excellent results from the Jolata Proof of Concepts running for some of our early technology-adopting customers. We expect the Jolata platform to provide the next step-change in network latency reduction and allow customers to command a premium for low-latency connections and time-sensitive services.”

Loiacono went on to say, “Our premise is that if you can’t see it, you can’t fix or monetise it. With this level of network analytics, we and Phoenix Datacom can now provide customers with cost reduction and increased revenue earning opportunities.”

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About Phoenix Datacom

Phoenix Datacom is trusted by major UK organisations, including Enterprise Network Owners in Private and Public Sectors and Defence, Network Equipment Manufacturers and most of the Fixed and Mobile Carriers and Broadcast providers to help them test, monitor, secure and optimise their networks & critical applications.

About Jolata

Privately-owned and based in San Jose, California, Jolata enables network operators to meet or exceed the SLAs they have with existing customers and services – as well as developing new services over their access and backhaul networks. It does so by providing real-time and predictive intelligence by measuring every packet and flow running across the network and presenting the information in a clear, easy-to-use Graphical User Interface.

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