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Today, Apparent Networks will join thought leaders, vendors and providers at Enterprise Connect 2011 in Orlando. Formerly named VoiceCon, Enterprise Connect is the industry’s top enterprise communication event. It’s all about helping enterprises make the best-informed decisions regarding their IP Telephony, Converged Networks and Unified Communications (UC) strategies.

New technologies and architectural options like Cloud and virtualization, which offer both unprecedented opportunities and a potential maze of migration and integration paths, are going to make this year’s show particularly interesting. Times are changing, and so is enterprise communications technology! 

Nowhere is the value of Remote Performance Management more evident and relevant than in the context of unified, distributed and cloud-based enterprise communications, from VoIP to Video Conferencing to Collaboration and Virtualization. As enterprises strive to plan, build, unify and leverage their global communications infrastructures, amid the many possibilities one factor is constant — the ability to pre-assess and continuously monitor, troubleshoot and manage application performance and user experience from the perspective of remote sites will determine whether deployments are successful.

Today’s enterprise is increasingly dependent on distributed IT infrastructure. Predictable delivery of web-based applications like VoIP, video conferencing and cloud-based services is mission-critical. But the performance of these services depends entirely on the bandwidth and reliability of the networks that deliver them to remote sites.

Typical datacenter-centric performance monitoring tools aren’t capable of analyzing network-dependent, site-specific service levels. How can an enterprise monitor the health and quality of its UC services and other web-based applications? The solution is Remote Performance Management.

The PathView Cloud service uniquely provides detailed performance metrics like latency, loss and jitter across all the public networks, WANs, LANs and/or VPNs that enterprise services may traverse, end-to-end, hop-by-hop, from the provider to the user and back. These capabilities enable enterprise customers to detect and potentially address network degradations before they impact users.

We’re very excited about this week at Enterprise Connect and hope you will stop by to visit us at Booth 1413. If you’re not attending, save yourself a trip, and schedule a live, web-based demo with us — call 800-508-5233 or email


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