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The Internet has a
growing intelligence problem

Internet performance demands are growing.
Internet intelligence isn’t.

According to a recent estimate, in the next three years, more than 4/5ths of all data center traffic will be based in the cloud. As migration to the cloud accelerates, what should be a boon for efficiency and productivity is instead exposing the biggest flaw of the internet today: It’s just too stupid to keep up with the demand.

What is needed is a new solution. A solution that’s more dynamic and more responsive to real time conditions — from network traffic to user demands to type of data being transmitted. A solution that is faster, yes. But even more important, a solution that is smarter.

Introducing ISAAC
Intelligent System for Advanced Acceleration and Control

ISAAC is the Internet at the Speed of Intelligence. It’s a revolutionary intent-based network solution with intelligent network traffic management that picks up where traditional WAN optimization leaves off to deliver near-real-time response to user demands and network conditions. It’s a comprehensive, whole-network solution with five components, all working in concert:


What: Intelligent web and content delivery. Velox answers the question “What is the most intelligent way to request and distribute content?”

How: Object level de-duplication and parallel request processing with a local Content Distribution Network (CDN) combines intelligent web requests with intelligent content delivery. Super-efficient web page requests are optimized based on what is actually most critical to the user experience, not on the least-common-denominator approach that drives most conventional browser-to web server communication. This dramatically improves web page and content load time.

Why: Improved user experience. The user perceives little-to-no lag time between page request and delivery, even as the page continues to load behind the scenes. Commonly accessed content is stored locally until no longer needed, further improving performance.


What: Dynamic transport layer management. Streambed restores full data transport rates to all data, regardless of type.

How: Inefficient TCP is replaced with the most appropriate transport mechanism for the data being moved and the network conditions — without changing the TCP stack on existing devices or modifying the data resolution or security. Streambed can be deployed as a last-mile or middle-mile solution.

Why: Improved speed of delivery – between 3x and 10x – across links with high latency, jitter, or packet loss. Because Streambed works at the transport layer, it works for all data types, including encrypted data, video, and streaming media.


What: Data compression and dialogue reduction. Celero mitigates the effects of latency via traditional WAN Op functionality.

How: Traditional WAN optimization tools — TCP optimization, protocol manipulation, in-stream compression, block level de-duplication, and data caching. Reducing data payload effectively accelerates unencrypted data.

Why: Faster speed and higher performance through data offload.


What: Packet prioritization and flow control combined with advanced, knobless QoS.

How: Active TCP feedback on the local network controls the rate of transmission, preventing bottlenecks that interfere with QoS. This allows Priori’s built in, knobless QoS to effectively prioritize VoIP and other mission critical applications and traffic. Priori monitors the available upstream bandwidth and adjusts to fluctuations in available bandwidth in real time.

Why: Improved user experience.


What: Operational Support System platform. Cloud Access Provisioning Systems (CAPS) delivers integrated visibility, management, and remote control.

How: Credential-based cloud access to all deployed servers and clients (whether virtual, embedded, or appliance) provides at-a-glance graphical summaries of network conditions and  allows remote provisioning, network management, reporting, and visibility to devices/network beyond AS client. Includes full API for integration into other OSS.

Why: Improved operational efficiency with the ability to manage diverse networks and assets. Dashboards and reporting provide actionable data to network administrators.