Sunday, March 17, 2013

US Army Needs Satellite Bandwidth Management Services W/Exinda DPI

The US Army is seeking sources to "Provide satellite bandwidth to multiple locations in Southwest Asia for a three month period (26 March 2013 - 25 June 2013) with global mobility capability on existing and provisioned Global Networks. Networks shall be operational with iDirect Version or later and fully compatible with existing SNAP VSAT Terminals".

[including]: ".. Network Packet Shaping services shall provide QoS at the application level and ensure that all users of the service at an individual site are allocated equal portions of total available network bandwidth. The Contractor shall incorporates an Exinda (Unified Performance Management (UPM) solution) appliance at each teleport to perform deep packet inspection to ensure certain types of traffic is rate limited and prioritized in a way that provides the highest levels of QoS to the network".

See "D--Satellite Bandwidth Management Services Three Month Bridge" - here.

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