Fluke Networks aquires Clearsight Networks

By : |January 4, 2010 0

NEW DELHI, INDIA: Fluke Networks, a provider of network installation and analysis, acquired ClearSight Networks, a provider of network analysis tools for real-time application monitoring, protocol analysis and troubleshooting. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

Arif Kareem, president, Fluke Networks, said: “ClearSight’s network analysis solutions maximize network engineers’ ability to actively monitor critical links carrying high volumes of network traffic for performance bottlenecks, security anomalies and intermittent disruptions. ClearSight’s powerful historical analysis, when coupled with deep packet inspection and monitoring, provide the comprehensive visibility needed to isolate, diagnose and resolve problems before they impact network performance.”

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ClearSight offers CSA, a premium software protocol analyzer, and NTM, a real-time network traffic monitoring solution that employs deep packet inspection and stream-to-disk storage capacity for historical analysis. NTM supports both 1G and 10G Ethernet connectivity in portable and distributed versions.

Sam Li, technology founder, ClearSight, said: “Fluke Networks’ philosophy of providing Network SuperVision, giving users superior visibility and insight into networking infrastructures they can’t get anywhere else, is a natural fit with ClearSight. We provide tools that are easy enough for less experienced technicians yet deep enough for complex root cause analysis by senior engineers. FNET delivers similar breakthroughs in ease of use across their entire line –our combination is powerful.”

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