Fluke Australia announces the launch of the Network Time Machine designed to bridge the visibility gap for LTE network mobile operators.
Fluke Networks’ new Network Time Machine is an agile application-aware troubleshooting solution that provides rapid packet-level visibility in high-traffic environments.
Mobile operators facing massive explosion in application and data traffic are deploying LTE networks to satisfy consumer demand for better bandwidth and user experience. However, LTE networks create new troubleshooting challenges due to proliferation of IP-based voice and video and data applications in addition to signalling on multiple interfaces. Managing the modern mobile network also has to take into account user experience expectations on a myriad of applications.
The carrier-grade Network Time Machine solution addresses these challenges by offering enhanced performance, visibility, portability and usability.
Network Time Machine can be scaled to effectively handle the operator’s load requirements up to 20 Gbps sustained line rate capture-to-disk for industry-leading performance.
Network Time Machine offers packet-level based visibility when problems arise, providing a back-in-time view of how networks and servers are impacting the end-user experience.
Network Time Machine allows rapid plug-and-play deployment with minimum setup and can be transported quickly and cost-effectively to a specified location as needed.
Network Time Machine has the ability to quickly identify and solve network and subscriber performance issues, providing comprehensive capture and analysis as required by offsite engineers.