Future Market Insights has announced the addition of the “Deep Packet Inspection And Processing Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2017-2027" report to their offering.
Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/16/2017 -- The demand for advanced security equipment to scan data streams for malicious content presents significant challenges to network security vendors. Security equipment, overwhelmed by the data rates of modern age networks, is more likely to miss attacks, leading to increased risks of security breaches. Deep packet inspection and processing is a type of data processing technique that looks in detail at the contents of the data being sent, and re-routes it accordingly.
Typical applications of deep packet inspection (DPI) include validate the proper and error free operation of network protocols, identification of anomalies such as network fraud, viruses, spam, security threats, routing and service level agreements, and network data mining.
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In recent years, the global deep packet inspection and processing market has witnessed a tremendous growth rate, mainly due to the increasing demand for detection of malicious software and improved internet security standards, better management of the growing data traffic.
Deep packet inspection and processing enables developers to delve deeper into the network packets and understand the network flows better. DPI brings to IT managers the ability to enhance security and prevent malicious access to their data centers. Additionally, it allows cost-effective load balancing, network monitoring or any other appliances based on network flow recognition.
Major factors responsible for fuelling the demand for deep packet inspection and processing techniques are — evolution of cyber-attacks, growing demand for network performance management & optimization solutions to efficiently manage present day complex networking environments and growing need to meet compliance requirements.
Additionally, factors such as growth of cloud computing, big data, IoT (Internet of Things) and advances in communication technologies will boost the deep packet inspection and processing market growth during the forecast period. Enterprises are allocating significant share of their budgets for DPI and an appreciable portion of these investments are expected to flow into the deep packet inspection and processing market.
However, the growth of deep packet inspection and processing market is expected to be hampered by factors such as lack of awareness regarding the risks associated with cyber-attacks and requirements of security solutions among various enterprises, and cost constraints of enterprises.
Limitations notwithstanding, deep packet inspection and processing has made significant inroads in certain fields as their advantages have solidified.
Deep Packet Inspection and Processing market is mainly classified on the basis of application, services, enterprise type, end user and regions.
On the basis of application, deep packet inspection and processing market is segmented into intrusion detection system (IDS) and intrusion prevention system (IPS), Network Performance Management and data loss/leak prevention and management.
On the basis of services, deep packet inspection and processing market is segmented into training & consulting, integration and support & maintenance.
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On the basis of enterprise type, the market is segmented as small, medium and large enterprises.
On the basis of end user, the market is segmented as IT & Telecom, BFSI, Government and Defense, Medical & Healthcare, Retail and Others.
On the basis of regions, the market is segmented into 7 key regions:
Asia Pacific Excluding Japan
Middle East & Africa
Key Market Players
The major players operating in the deep packet inspection and processing market include Intel Corporation, Cisco Systems, IBM Corporation, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP, Palo Alto Networks, Inc., Symantec Corporation, Extreme Networks, Inc., Blue Coat Systems, Inc., and SolarWinds Worldwide, LLC. and Bivio Networks, Inc.