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Fluke buys Irish software firm Crannog

Fluke Networks announced today it has finalized the purchase of Crannog Software. Terms of the agreement were not d...


January 17, 2007  


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Fluke Networks announced today it has finalized the purchase of Crannog Software. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, Crannog develops software that takes advantage of NetFlow, IP-FIX, and IP-SLA data from the network infrastructure.

Its flagship product, NetFlow Tracker, offers capabilities for voice and security applications including a forensics database that stores all the original flows and all the available NetFlow fields within the flow.

Jeff Lime, Fluke Networks’ senior vice president of marketing, said its customers will now be better equipped to manage application, VoIP and network performance across the LAN, WAN and multi-tiered server environments.