World-highest performance packet capture/analysis system
SYNESIS is capable of world's fastest and longest continuous packet capture, utilizing TOYO's (our parent entity) 15-plus years of technological expertise in this field.
SYNESIS Overview

Large-capacity packet capture system for network traffic monitoring and troubleshooting
SYNESIS Overview

● 100Gbps full-rate packet capture
● High-speed packet extraction
● Browser-based packet decode
● Application/Network/Microburst analyses
● Open architecture
● Replay of captured traffic data
With these features, SYNESIS provides solutions for network monitoring and troubleshooting in high-speed traffic.
Technical Details

Network carriers and data centers are now facing ever-increasing network traffic. SYNESIS is developed to capture network data at a high speed and to save them in parallel distributed storage so that it can save all the data stably with no packet loss for an extended period of time even on wide-bandwidth traffic like a 100Gbps line rate.
SYNESIS High-performance

Open architecture
With Apache Thrift (TM) framework and REST API, SYNESIS is designed to have an open architecture, which makes it possible to provide a flexible API for external systems and to be easily integrated with third parties' programs.
The open architecture also enables adding new features to SYNESIS at moderate costs by using open source utilities or integrating it with industry-standard products as a total solution.
SYNESIS Open architecture

Microburst detection
As a result of recent massive growth in network traffic data, the "Microburst" traffic (packet data transmission in rapid bursts) is now a hot topic in this industry.
Microbursts can cause such quality degradation as packet loss or network latency. SYNESIS analyzes traffic amount in real-time at very short intervals like 100 microseconds so that it can detect Microbursts that are undetectable by commonly-available network monitoring tools.
SYNESIS Microburst detection
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