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In today's fast-paced digital world, the need for secure, high-bandwidth networking has never been more critical. With Dispersive Stealth Networking, we have long delivered military-grade data protection. With the latest release of our new 5.0 architecture, we are proud to introduce a groundbreaking solution that achieves transmission speeds of up to 10Gbps, setting a new standard in the industry.


Our team of experts has worked tirelessly to optimize the data plane, enhancing the speed of transmission while maintaining the highest levels of data integrity. By leveraging the power of parallel transmissions and data encapsulation, we have achieved a significant performance boost compared to our previous architecture, which delivered bandwidth of up to 1Gbps or ~3Gbps for systems with multiple high-performance NICs.


To streamline the deployment process, Dispersive now offers an all-in-one rack-mounted appliance box that contains the necessary hardware and software components. This turnkey solution simplifies the implementation of our cutting-edge technology, allowing organizations to quickly and easily protect their critical data.


Under the hood, we have made substantial software improvements to maximize speed (more on this on a later “how we built it” blog post). By removing kernel-based packet inspection modules and adopting user-space packet processing and the DPDK framework, we have tightly coupled networking and business logic. The Intel® Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) is a set of software libraries and drivers that facilitate fast packet processing in network applications, optimizing packet handling performance on Intel architecture-based platforms.


Despite the huge leaps in throughput, we didn’t compromise in any way  on our commitment to providing micro-segmentation of service provisioning. DispersiveCloud allows organizations to be as granular as desired, capturing an entire LAN or a specific IP/port/protocol combination of data. Additionally, our configurable data encapsulation feature enables the transmission of data using either TCP or UDP-based protocols.


With the release of our 10G solution, Dispersive continues to lead the way in secure, high-speed data transmission. As the volume and sensitivity of data continue to grow, our innovative architecture ensures that organizations can protect their most valuable assets without compromising on performance.


To learn more about our 10G product release, please refer to the latest release notes now available.

Scott Higgins
Post by Scott Higgins
May 29, 2024
SENIOR DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING Scott is Dispersive’s Senior Director of Engineering. After joining the company as a full-stack developer, he now leads the development efforts of Dispersive’s software and solutions. Scott has many years of experience with converting innovative ideas into working solutions.