Fluke Australia introduces the new OptiView XG network analysis tablets designed for network professionals on the move.
Designed to provide fast root cause analysis of network and application problems for wireless and wired access anywhere in the network, the OptiView XG tablets by Fluke Networks expedite problem-solving through guided troubleshooting.
Wayne Allen, program manager, Fluke Networks describes OptiView XG as an instant, integrated window into organisational networks in a form factor that can be taken from the data centre to the production floor or the office desktop.
He adds that Fluke Networks has built on nearly 20 years of network troubleshooting leadership by integrating the key technologies network engineers need into a single portable tool, which helps them solve network and application problems faster and improve overall IT efficiency.
The OptiView XG tablets are designed to provide a wide range of functionality necessary to adapt to today’s dynamic and diverse networks through various features.
Intuitive user interface and customisable dashboards
The OptiView XG features a bright, easy-to-to read screen in addition to customisable dashboards that can be personalised for each user or help transform data into reports for employees at all levels of the organisation.
Path and application infrastructure analysis
The tablet automatically discovers the path between two points in the network and monitors performance along that link to identify network issues that can impact application performance, reducing the time required to isolate network versus application problems.
OptiView XG tablets provide a head start on solving problems by analysing granular data collected for 24 hours, so users can go back in time to analyse when the problem surfaced. The tablet also automatically identifies more than 40 different network problems and offers possible causes, impacts and solutions.
Integrated WLAN solution
The 3-radio design reduces deployment and troubleshooting time with simultaneous network discovery, wireless performance analysis and interference detection using industry-leading AirMagnet technologies. When mobile, this lets users monitor the health of key network devices, while performing real-time analysis of Wi-Fi environments.
Key hardware features of the OptiView XG portable tablets:
- 26cm, 1024 x 768 screen displayed on two inch-thin tablet
- Two hot-swappable batteries deliver up to three hours of operation
- 10G SFP+ port , 10/100/1000M RJ-45 ports and 100/1000M SFP+ port
- Embedded dual 802.11N (3x3) Wi-Fi radios, on-board spectrum analysis radio