Procera Networks Inc was incorporated in Nevada in 2002. The Company is a Subscriber Experience Assurance solutions based on Deep Packet Inspection technology, that enable mobile and broadband network operators and enterprises managing private networks., including higher education institutions, businesses and government entities, to gain enhanced visibility into, and control of, their networks. Its solutions provide granular network intelligence intended to enable network operators to improve the quality and longevity of their networks, to monetize their network infrastructure investments, control security hazards and create, commercialize and deploy new applications and services for their users. Its network operator customers include mobile service providers, broadband service providers, cable multiple system operators, or MSOs, Internet Service Providers, or ISPs, educational institutions, enterprises and government agencies. Its bundled products deliver a solution that is a key element of the mobile packet and broadband core ecosystems. Its solutions are often integrated with additional elements in the mobile packet and broadband core including Policy Management, Charging and Network Monitoring, Optimization and Assurance functions and are compliant with the widely adopted 3rd Generation Partnership Program, or 3GPP, standard. Its products are marketed under the PacketLogic brand name. It has a spectrum of products delivering IPE at the access, edge and core layers of the network. Its products are designed to offer maximum flexibility to its customers and enable differentiated services and revenue-enhancing applications, all while delivering a high Quality of Service, or QoS, for subscribers. It outsources the manufacturing of its hardware and software to a select group of contract manufacturing partners. Its main competitors include: Allot Communications Ltd; Tektronix (acquired Arbor Networks); Blue Coat Systems; Brocade Communications Systems; Cisco Systems, Inc; Citrix Systems (acquired Bytemobile); SAIC (acquired Cloudshield Technologies); Ericsson; F5 Networks; Huawei Technologies Company; and Sandvine Corporation.