Theta Networks

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Theta Networks
Industry Telecommunication
Founded 2005[1]
Founder Steve Zhu
Headquarters New Jersey, United States
Key people
Steve Zhu (CEO)
Products DPI Software
Website [1]

Theta Networks is a New Jersey based Telecommunication solutions company that was founded in 2005.[1] The company develops Deep Packet Inspection-based software that can be used for monitoring, optimization, subscriber management and security on mobile networks. Theta Networks has been a major supplier to Nokia Siemens Networks, Ericsson, Motorola, Orange and China Mobile,[1][2] and assisted China Mobile during the Olympic Games [3][4] Recently, Theta Networks has also been working with China Mobile on monitoring and support for their new TD-SCDMA networks.[5]

Theta's solutions reassembles and finds relationships between subscriber application sessions at Open Systems Interconnection layer 7 using Deep Packet Inspection, Cross Packet Inspection, and Cross Session Inspection.[6][7][8] This technology can be applied to mobile use of WAP, MMS, SMS, HTTP, DNS, and Streaming Technology. Theta Networks also offers VirusGuardMax, a DPI-based network security product.[9]

The company has offices in New Jersey, South America, and China. Theta Networks company works in France through a partner,[10] and also recently established partnerships in Australia[11] and Russia.[12]


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