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Fluke upgrades OptiView XG v10 tablet

Fluke Networks this week released a new version of the OptiView XG v10 Network Analysis Tablet that it says allows users to simultaneously stress test and diagnose network problems in real-time, as well as a new iPhone App, called HeadsUp XG,...


May 2, 2013  


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Fluke Networks this week released a new version of the OptiView XG v10 Network Analysis Tablet that it says allows users to simultaneously stress test and diagnose network problems in real-time, as well as a new iPhone App, called HeadsUp XG, that receives instant notifications of issues identified by the tablet.

“Simultaneous testing is key to quickly isolating intermittent network performance issues, a top concern of more than 75% of IT professionals,” the company said in a release.

“With the OptiView XG v10 stress-test capability, network engineers can inject test traffic to measure network performance, examine the traffic’s impact on infrastructure, spot ongoing problems and/or expose many intermittent issues, and map out exactly where problems are located.”

The HeadsUp XG app, now available for free in the iTunes store, alerts administrators when an OptiView XG identifies a problem and gives them instant access to critical information about issues on the network, speeding response times for urgent problems. The App can also be used to browse multiple OptiView XG units and drill down into problems on the Problem Log.

Further information is available at www.flukenetworks.ca.