Fluke Networks introduces first tablet for network analysis

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 29 June 2011, 09:22 Hrs
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Bangalore: Fluke Networks today introduced the OptiView XG, the first tablet for network analysis that provides the fastest solutions for network and application problems for both wireless and wired access anywhere in the network. The tablet expedites network and application problem solving by automating root cause analysis and providing guided troubleshooting to address problem areas.

OptiView XG is an instant, integrated window into your network in a form factor - the tablet - that you can take from the data centre, to the production floor, to the office desktop, said Gary Ger, vice president, enterprise network analysis, of Fluke Networks. We've built on nearly 20 years of network troubleshooting leadership by integrating the key technologies network engineers need into a single, portable tool which helps them solve network and application problems faster and improve overall IT efficiency.

The ability to solve both network and application problems is crucial for today's network engineers, said Debra Curtis, research vice president and analyst at Gartner. That need, combined with critical staff levels in many organizations, means tools that integrate multiple functions, and automate the collection of performance data will be key to greater efficiency and less downtime.

The OptiView XG is designed to provide a wide range of functionality necessary to adapt to the dynamic and diverse networks of today through various features including: Intuitive user interface and customizable dashboards, Path and application infrastructure analysis, Guided/proactive troubleshooting, Integrated WLAN solution

The OptiView XG will help solve problems and get networks up and running faster than ever before, said Mike Pennacchi, owner and head network analyst of network troubleshooting consultancy Network Protocol Specialists LLC. The dashboards let users configure the information the way they want to see it, and it automatically discovers both wired and wireless sides of networks, which is incredibly important to users in a portable tool.

The OptiView XG's portable tablet design delivers advanced hardware features
10.25 inch, 1024 X 768 screen displayed on two inch-thin tablet weighing less than five pounds, Two hot-swappable batteries deliver more than two hours of operation, 10G SFP+ port , 10/100/1000M RJ-45 ports and 100/1000M SFP+ port, Embedded dual 802.11N (3X3) Wi-Fi radios, on-board spectrum analysis radio

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