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We all remember the adventures of The Man of Steel and The Caped Crusader, and their tales of extraordinary power, super speed, and clever fixes to the world’s problems.  We once relished the far-fetched comic strip stories and TV shows, only to realize that once we grew up to be network engineers these same super-human skills would be expected of us. 

PathView is an enterprise – level technology that has been scaled down to an easy- to- use solution and quick download, necessary in every network engineer’s toolkit for managing and improving network performance. Apparent Networks wants to help provide the critical skills of troubleshooting poor WAN performance, continuous monitoring of your carrier service, and targeted assessments for VoIP so that you can answer the call of duty.  PathView will allow you to test and troubleshoot 70% faster (than a speeding bullet!)  and respond quickly and effectively when the network goes down or the problems aren’t easy to see.   

Become a Network Hero
Become a Network Hero

We are not alone. Last week at Cisco Live, we ran into several other Superheroes. For example, Cisco has recently launched a new marketing campaign called The Realm, acknowledging a new digital era in which engineers require a stronger security force to defeat the bad guys.

It sounds to us like network engineers are starting to get the credit they deserve – and are discovering the tools available to help them become true network heroes.

For the past few weeks we have been surveying network managers to learn more about the network problems and frustrations they face every day, and the tools that help them become network heroes.

Each survey participant was entered into a contest for an Apple iPod. We’re excited to announce that our contest winner is Petah Mwariga from Teleconnect Solutions Group, based in Vancouver, Canada.

We would like to thank all other participants who filled out the survey. We are compiling the results and look forward to sharing them with you in the coming weeks. The results will help us to ensure the PathView network management solution meets your needs. And, we hope you will enjoy reading about the challenges that many of you share.

Congratulations Petah!

Creating Network Heroes: UC Network Performance Management
A new case study created by IDC provides an excellent example of  the value that Apparent Networks’ technology [www.apparentnetworks/product/] can provide to network engineers and operators. In the case of this service provider, the challenges of today’s next-generation datacenter approaches are clear – we all must rely on network paths that are outside of our control as we investigate hosted services and new communications approaches, such as VoIP. And Apparent Networks is developing technologies to manage the entire path from the applications origin to its end user.
In this case, a large service provider sought to expand its Unified Communications (UC) design and implementation practices, and offer customers ongoing optimization of their entire UC environments. They leveraged Apparent Networks technology for real-time network visibility, and the ability to detect and correct potential problems before they occurred to ensure optimal performance. You can read the full case study here [http://www.apparentnetworks.com/pdf/MTS_Allstream.pdf].
Apparent Networks’ technology delivered impactful results for a leading national communications provider and it can work for your organization, from small business to a large enterprise. For the fastest path to solving your network problems and maximizing performance, check out PathView [www.apparenttools.com]. Become a Network Hero – use it for free to solve a network problem today [www.apparenttools.com] and let us know what you think.A new case study created by IDC provides an excellent example of  the value that Apparent Networks’ technology [www.apparentnetworks/product/] can provide to network engineers and operators. In the case of this service provider, the challenges of today’s next-generation datacenter approaches are clear – we all must rely on network paths that are outside of our control as we investigate hosted services and new communications approaches, such as VoIP. And Apparent Networks is developing technologies to manage the entire path from the applications origin to its end user.

A new case study created by IDC provides an excellent example of the value that Apparent Networks’ technology can provide to network engineers and operators. In the case of this service provider, the challenges of today’s next-generation datacenter approaches are clear – we all must rely on network paths that are outside of our control as we investigate hosted services and new communications approaches, such as VoIP. And Apparent Networks is developing technologies to manage the entire path from the applications origin to its end user.

In this case, a large service provider sought to expand its Unified Communications (UC) design and implementation practices, and offer customers ongoing optimization of their entire UC environments. They leveraged Apparent Networks technology for real-time network visibility, and the ability to detect and correct potential problems before they occurred to ensure optimal performance. You can read the full case study here.

Apparent Networks’ technology delivered impactful results for a leading national communications provider and it can work for your organization, from small business to a large enterprise. For the fastest path to solving your network problems and maximizing performance, check out PathView. Become a Network Hero – use it for free to solve a network problem today and let us know what you think.

-JimM

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