February 28, 2013
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Feb. 28 — Network Instruments is integrating cPacket Technology to simplify and enhance real-time analysis of data center and cloud application performance. Network operations teams utilizing the combined performance monitoring solutions gain greater accuracy improving resolution speed and service uptime.
"Our large enterprise customers count on us to provide the very best and most accurate performance monitoring innovations," said Charles Thompson, director of product strategy for Network Instruments. "When application performance degrades, every second of downtime impacts both business productivity and its bottom line. Working with cPacket ensures IT teams access to reliable information and expert analysis, allowing critical services to be restored as soon as possible."
The combination of Network Instruments and cPacket results in detailed, accurate insight that is critical to maintaining the competitive edge of large, fast, and complex data center networks such as those in financial services, high-frequency trading, or high-performance distributed computing.
Customers of Network Instruments are now able to get a better handle on their network performance, application behaviors, and security issues by leveraging our unique features," said Rony Kay, founder and CEO of cPacket Networks. "This will enable network operators to deliver cutting-edge application performance monitoring and quickly respond to issues and threats."
About Network Instruments, LLC
Established in 1994, Network Instruments is an industry leader in application and network management. It provides products that optimize performance and speed problem resolution, helping ensure delivery of critical applications for businesses worldwide. Network Instruments delivers these benefits through a seamlessly integrated line of software and hardware systems that are precision engineered for exact network monitoring and analysis.
cPacket is the recognized leader in pervasive network intelligence. The company delivers solutions that radically simplify network traffic monitoring and data center performance optimization. At the heart of all of cPacket’s solutions are its unique Algorithmic Fabric chips and innovative hardware-software architecture. The company's customers include the world's largest data centers, service providers, financial and government organizations. cPacket is located in Mountain View, CA.
Source: Network Instruments
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