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Fluke releases new options for OptiView Series III

Fluke Networks Canada today announced new capabilities for its OptiView Series III Integrated Network Analyzer.


October 2, 2007  


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Fluke Networks Canada today announced new capabilities for its OptiView Series III Integrated Network Analyzer.

Users can now see new views of network traffic, including a round trip time stamp, which measures latency for both directions, plus the time to an open port on far end. Traffic data is presented via a new graphical transactions chart, presenting results in a visual format.

Our customers tell us they have to constantly prove that application problems are not network problems, said Brad Masterson, Product Manager for Fluke Networks Canada.

They need to provide evidence to other groups within IT showing where the real source of the problem resides.

Also new is OptiView Reporter, which turns automated network discovery into complete network documentation using Visio-based mapping.

This simplifies and reduces the time to complete documentation tasks, which used to take weeks of manual labor, to a matter of minutes, the company said.