SOURCE: Procera Networks

Procera Networks

February 09, 2010 09:00 ET

PacketLogic System Functionality Is Key for Compliance With New European Union Mobile Roaming Regulations

Procera Networks Delivers Solution for Spanish Mobile Operator Yoigo to Comply With International Roaming Data Regulation

LOS GATOS, CA--(Marketwire - February 9, 2010) - Procera® Networks Inc. (NYSE Amex: PKT), a developer of Evolved Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) solutions providing traffic awareness, control and protection for complex networks, today announced that Yoigo utilizes PacketLogic™ systems to comply with the new European Union (EU) mobile roaming regulations that go in effect Mach 1, 2010.

The regulation by the EU requires that mobile operators provide a default 50 Euro regulated cut-off to all data roaming customers, mobile phone and computer users. Notifications are mandatory when 80% of the cut-off limit is reached and again when it nears 100%.

"Customer satisfaction and protection from 'bill shock' are priorities for us and very much in line with our company culture to provide total transparency and ease-of-use for our subscribers," said Johan Andsjö, CEO of Yoigo. "Our system meets all EU regulations and our long-standing relationship with Procera allowed us to meet the new requirements well in advance of the deadline."

Procera's PacketLogic systems provide very granular levels of visibility combined with the functionality to set real-time quota-management controls and to divert subscribers to a user-friendly landing page for further action. These capabilities allow Yoigo, and other mobile operators in Europe, to meet the impending EU regulations requirements.

"Yoigo continues to innovate and provide the best possible customer service," said Paul Gracie, Vice President of EMEA Sales at Procera. "Our long standing relationship enables us to continue to provide the flexibility and functionality that their mobile subscribers require."

About Procera Networks Inc.

Procera Networks Inc. delivers Evolved DPI solutions that give service providers awareness, control and protection of their applications and networks. Its core product suite, the PacketLogic line of platforms, leverages the company's advanced identification engine, DRDL™ (Datastream Recognition Definition Language), to provide accurate identification of network traffic in real-time. PacketLogic is deployed at more than 600 broadband service providers, telcos, governments and higher education campuses worldwide. Founded in 2002, Procera (NYSE Amex: PKT) is based in Silicon Valley and has offices around the globe. More information is available at

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