APconnections throws DPI under the bus, says ISP deployment "risky"

APconnections, a bandwidth-shaping hardware vendor in a press release yesterday, throws deep packet inspection (DPI) under the bus and running it over several times for good measure. Customers, it seems, were increasingly asking questions about the legal implications of deploying the company's products, and CEO Art Reisman said that it is now "quite risky that any public […]

APconnections, a bandwidth-shaping hardware vendor in a press release yesterday, throws deep packet inspection (DPI) under the bus and running it over several times for good measure. Customers, it seems, were increasingly asking questions about the legal implications of deploying the company's products, and CEO Art Reisman said that it is now "quite risky that any public US based ISP would invest in this technique, especially after the FCC slapped Comcast's wrists in a recent decision." Is DPI dying?

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