Fluke Networks Announces First Auto Multi-Segment Analysis Capability For Both Portable and Rack Mount 40 Gbps Stream-to-Disk Solutions – Speeds Troubleshooting by Factor of Five

Fluke Networks today announced a new version of Network Time MachineTM (NTM), the first packet analysis appliance that provides automated multi-segment analysis (Auto MSA) capability for both portable and rack mount solutions for up to 40 Gbps network traffic. Network professionals will now have the flexibility to use both rack mount and portable versions, or even the Fluke Networks OptiView® XG Network Analysis Tablet, to gather packet information across multiple tiers within the data center or a distributed network. This delivers a complete view of the transaction process and isolates points of failure nearly five times faster than competing solutions.1

By 2015, server unit growth with 40 Gbps Ethernet interface is expected to grow by more than 40 percent, which represents new challenges isolating packet delays and losses across different network segments.2 “Both our enterprise and carrier customers need to be able to troubleshoot high speed links whether they are in the data center or out in the field,” said Mitsuru Onodera, executive officer for information and communication technologies at Toyo Corporation. “Solutions like the new version of Network Time Machine are key in helping enhance troubleshooting wherever it’s needed.”

“The investments our customers are making in 40 Gbps pipelines are tremendous, and they need to ensure they’re maximizing the investment,” said Daryle DeBalski, vice president and general manager of Fluke Networks. “The newest version of Network Time Machine demonstrates our continued commitment to keeping pace with the technologies our customers are using and helping them drive value and performance from their infrastructure.”

The new version of Network Time Machine can capture 20 Gbps stream-to-disk (Tolly Group Certified3) and the portable version can capture 10 Gbps stream-to-disk, and will be available in September. For more information, please visit Fluke Networks.


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