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Fluke Networks’ OptiView XG v9 receives an upgrade

Fluke Networks this week released a new version of its OptiView XG v9 network analysis tablet that provides network professionals with a graphical view of  a network infrastructure to help speed root cause identification and...


October 17, 2012  


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Fluke Networks this week released a new version of its OptiView XG v9 network analysis tablet that provides network professionals with a graphical view of  a network infrastructure to help speed root cause identification and resolve issues faster. With two thirds of network engineers troubleshooting unfamiliar infrastructure, the new Network Navigator capability reduces the time it takes to understand network issues by quickly displaying network topology and problems, the company said in a release.

The new version of OptiView XG includes new in-line testing that Fluke says eliminates the need for an external tap or span port when observing conversations between clients and application servers.

In addition, the product’s existing network virtualization feature has been enhanced.