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A whole new level of network transparency thanks to a unique disaggregation method
CGS offers a variety of network transparency solutions, from passive TAP couplers that collect and analyze traffic to the most sophisticated brokers that process packets for maximum cybersecurity.
CGS has modular, custom-deployable appliances that are best suited to address weaknesses in a company's enterprise system. In addition, each network layer can be independently scaled to meet established transparency requirements.
Unified CGS transparency architecture
CGS's Unified Visibility Architecture (UVA) is a hardware-independent software solution that takes extensive advantage of Broadcom's current commercial COTS platforms and some ASIC microprocessor architectures (X86/PowerPC/ARM); it is available both at the physical and virtual levels (VNF/VCPE). This architecture allows network transparency features to be quickly migrated to the latest hardware without disrupting system operation, resulting in significant time and cost savings.
Eliminate the risk of data packet loss
Modern network packet brokers are used, they do not reduce the speed of the network, as well as large buffers to avoid loss of information in the event of a power failure.
Scaling when expanding the system
Distributed network packet brokers from CGS allow you to gradually increase the transparency of the network which ensures the quality of equipment and lower costs.
Maximum filtering at the data collection level
MTLS connection limiting, large packet splitting, timestamp placement, dynamic load balancing, and GTP filtering in the data acquisition phase provide excellent network transparency.
Network packet brokers save space
A tenfold reduction in the space occupied by the equipment, significant energy savings, simplification of the design and reduction in the overall cost of the used solution.
Convenient drag-and-drop filtering tool, single solution for virtual and physical devices, standardized management of all interfaces: CLI, SNMP, WEB UI, NETCONF, and RESTCONF.