Netsnapper Upgrades Switching Platform

Netsnapper has upgraded its platform to extend to Linux, Mac and Windows operating systems and mobile devices.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jul 20, 2010
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Netsnapper says that its platform for carriers and enterprises to reduce network congestion and improve data services has been upgraded to extend to Linux, Mac and Windows operating systems, and Symbian and WinMo mobile devices. As reported on CBR, the company claims that the new offering combines traffic optimization, seamless switching, data offload, session persistence, security and interface management on one platform.


"The company said that the new offering for data traffic optimization and compression can alleviate network traffic congestion for carriers and enterprises by up to 30%. Additionally, carriers will have only one vendor for hardware and software.

"With the new tool, carrier or enterprise will be able to perform several traffic management functions simultaneously over the core and backhaul, leading to superior control over network traffic, greater traffic reduction and cost savings, Netsnapper said."

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