Traditionally networks are required to run at 50%-60% link utilization to cater for bursts in TCP/IP traffic. Saisei allows you to run your links at 95%-100% utilization without impacting on user experience.
Traditional QoS relies on antiquated techniques of queuing and packet shaping delivering brute-force QoS that drops sessions even at 50% link utilization. Through patented flow-technology, Saisei manages the flow end-to-end, delivering an assured user experience.
With video accounting for over 70% of internet traffic – and rapidly increasing, service providers need to manage video traffic efficiently to survive. Saisei’s patented flow-maangement algorithms are able to effectively manage flow rates without stallling sessions. No more buffering video!
Through Real Time granular network visibility, Saisei provides you with the tools required to instantly identify problems on your network. By analyzing each and every flow (not samples), network managers can efficiently manage problems on the network. Additionally, customer complaints can be quickly and accurately identified resulting in a higher first call resolution rate.
Know exactly what is happening on your network – by user, application, geolocation, BGP AS – all in Real Time, viewable in user-friendly. easy to understand dashboards. Saisei intelligently summarizes billions of data points into 40 key met- rics to provide actionable analytics with the ability to deep-dive through flexible queries. Additionally, Saisei’s machine learning capabilities quickly “learn” normal network behavior and automatically alerts when abnormalities occur.
Don’t miss critical occurrences on your network due to time delays in receiving data. With Saisei, you get 100% visibility in Real Time. Unlike Netflow collectors who need to store/forward and then report – Saisei provides real Time visibility of every single flow (not samples) without introducing large network overhead.
Troubleshoot occurrences on your network historically, on demand. Saisei stores key network data for 2 years, providing you with retrospective detailed analysis of every single stored data point.
“FlowCommand gave me the feature set I wanted from a visibility and analytics standpoint at the same price as the Netflow software solutions, and I gained much more granular visibility and traffic management I wouldn’t have gotten from any of them.
Smoothing out the Netflix traffic was one of my biggest concerns, but the combination of much deeper, real-time visibility, analytics and control that I got from FlowCommand was a huge win for us.”
Network Managers are constantly faced with having to make a trade-off between high quality video, or acceptable internet experience. Video is susceptible to buffering due to limited bandwidth and particularly during congestion. Additionally, video quality may constantly switch as a result of inconsistent bandwidth and sessions are prone to stalling, requiring user intervention.
Saisei FlowCommand provides seamless, high-quality, video streaming by controlling packet drops to prevent buffering stalls and dropped video sessions. This means that smooth traffic is provided which prevents switches between video resolution, and network managers are able to prioritize video without degrading other bandwidth users.
Stop your network from becoming overloaded by a few high-consumption users. Protect the overall integrity of your network, and maximize the experience for all users, by applying Saisei’s advanced Fair Use capabilities. Through easily configurable policies, service providers can elect to either provide fair use across all users, or in a tiered approach where certain groups of users or applications are provided with additional bandwidth. Groups can easily be defined against Service Provider rate plans.
Edgardo Lopez, First Cagayan Converge Data Center, Inc. Chief Technology Officer
Daniel Soh, Assistant General Manager, Sunway Digital Wave
Joohwan Kim, NHN Entertainment Infra Operation Team Leader
Raymond Miranda, Network Specialist at Fort Bend County Libraries
Zeus Kerravala, Founder and Principal Analyst, ZK Research
MITCH WAGNER, West Coast Bureau Chief, Light Reading
Howard Solomon, former editor of ITWorldCanada.com and Computing Canada
Jim Frey, vice president of research, Enterprise Management Associates