Network Packet Analysis Appliance

June 13, 2012
Gather packet information across multiple network tiers within the enterprise data center or a distributed manufacturing network.

This new version of the company's Network Time Machine (NTM) product is said to be the first packet analysis appliance that provides automated multi-segment analysis (Auto MSA) capability for both portable and rack mount solutions for up to 40 Gbps network traffic. Manufacturing IT professionals now have the flexibility to use both rack mount and portable versions of the tool, or the company's OptiView XG Network Analysis Tablet, to gather packet information across multiple tiers within the data center or a distributed network. The product reportedly delivers a complete view of the transaction process and isolates points of failure nearly five times faster than competing solutions. It enables users to troubleshoot high speed links whether they are in the data center or out in the field. The new version of Network Time Machine can capture 20 Gbps stream-to-disk (Tolly Group Certified3) and the portable version can capture 10 Gbps stream-to-disk. The product is scheduled to be available in September 2012.

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