network intelligence (NI)
Network intelligence (NI) is a technique that uses deep packet inspection ( DPI) to examine the content of data packets inreal time and draw relationships, correlations, and conclusions about traffic and data sources.
Network intelligence can be used to directly determine relationships between users and applications. The derived algorithms can be used for technical and application improvements. For example, for bandwidth allocation and cybersecurity, but also for market research and profit optimization.
Network intelligence is used by communications service providers to analyze the interrelationships in network traffic and derive conclusions about the relationships between network subscribers, services and applications. The purpose of these activities is to improve customer satisfaction and dynamically adapt applications and services to the analyzed customer requirements.