Cubro Mobile Probe

Network Probe

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Cubro’s new generation big data intelligent Probe Series is based on the MIPS multi-core architecture. The probes can analyse and process network business and signalling in real time. The probes can improve network quality, promote the user perception and strengthen information security. Service providers believe that big data will play a critical role in the industry in the future. There are three products in the series with different DPI performance and hardware specifications. Typical Applications: business analytics, service assurance, business assurance, security assurance, service performance.

Key Features

The operating system developed by Cubro for signaling decoding and network protocol analyzing is based on the Network Protocol Analysis System (NPAS). The Probe can identify and analyze over a thousand traditional applications protocols and various new ones. Besides, the Probe can correlate and analyze signaling messages in mobile core networks and generate XDRs, providing the basis for application analysis and thus helping network owners to construct the intelligent network pipeline which can be identified, localized and analyzed. It has ultra strong processing capacity and ultra low power consumption with MIPS multi-core CPU.

The Probe can make typical traffic processing such as packet integrity preserving, packet decompressing, keyword matching and session management with hardware. It provides the processing capacity as high as 20 Gbps and power consumption as low as 160 W in 1 U compared with traditional devices. It can provide 200% traffic processing capability with only 20% equipment size and power consumption, making it simple to conduct the big data analysis in real time.

  • Small footprint
  • Embedded network processor design
  • Customization according to the customer’s need possible
  • XDR export via UDP stream
  • Support of any kind of SFP and SFP+ (also 10 Gbit Base-T), and QSFP
  • 24 X 10 Gbit and 4 X 40 Gbit
  • Can identify and analyse over a thousand traditional applications and protocols, as well as various new ones