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Crossbeam Presentation at Spirent Booth, Interop 2012

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Gail Ferrerira, Product Marketing Manager at Crossbeam, Interop 2012 presentation at Spirent booth.

Jointly Developed: Industry-Leading Network Security Methodology

Rather than test for a single inflated number:

- Jointly defined realistic test:
- Enable 3G and 4G mobile operators to accurately test and predict expected network security performance

Jointly executed:
- Simulated mobile user behavior
- Emulated mobile user traffic
- Obtained comprehensive performance metrics

Learn more about how we developed the test methodology for high performance firewalls: http://bit.ly/K49DV0

Download the case study here: http://bit.ly/LarfAT

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Crossbeam Presentation at Spirent Booth, Interop 2012

  1. 1. Guest Speaker PresentationGail FerreiraCrossbeam
  2. 2. Network Security for large enterprises, Service Providers & Government organizations, offering:  Performance/ScalabilityGail Ferreira  ReliabilityProduct Marketing  Multiple best-of-breed applications on 1 platform
  3. 3. Jointly Developed:Industry-Leading Network Security Methodology Rather than test for a single inflated number: 2011 – Jointly defined realistic test: • Enable 3G and 4G mobile operators to accurately test and predict expected network security performance – Jointly executed: • Simulated mobile user behavior • Emulated mobile user traffic • Obtained comprehensive performance metrics 3
  4. 4. The Actual Test 8 x Spirent Avalanche 3100B L4-7 Testers • HTTP, DNS, SMTP, POP3 & OS/app updates • Emulated behaviors – page load times, wait times, read times Realistic Topology • Single routing table Crossbeam X80-S (9.6) • Check Point Security Gateway R75.20 • Firewall and optionally NAT and/or IPS Users Simulated 12,646,275 Page Render Time 10-121ms Layer 7 Transactions 175,547,400 4
  5. 5. Impact of NAT and IPS Firewall Forwarding Performance by Test Run Source: EANTC 5
  6. 6. Validation of Real World PerformanceSimultaneous metrics to demonstrate the 2011security, number of subscribers and QoE that anLTE carrier delivers with realistic packet sizes: • Firewall plus negligible impact with NAT and IPS • 242,000 Stateful connections per second, plus 42,000 new DNS flows per second • 4,000,000 Concurrent tcp connections • 580,000 Objects per second • 106 Gbps Real world throughput • 42,000 Smartphones activated per second • Approximately 1,000,000 subscribers supported “A new benchmark for high performance firewall testing” -- Gabriel Brown, Sr. Analyst 6
  7. 7. Applying methodology to your business 7
  8. 8. spirent.com/tws

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