ManageEngine Offers Cisco Medianet Video Traffic Monitoring
December 13, 2011
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ManageEngine, a provider of network, systems, applications, and security management software solutions, is offering a free trial of video traffic monitoring for customers of NetFlow Analyzer, the company’s bandwidth monitoring and traffic analytics tool.

Available immediately, NetFlow Analyzer 9.5 makes Cisco Medianet reporting available to users who want to ensure optimum performance of media-rich applications in the network. A 30-day, free trial of NetFlow Analyzer 9.5 with full functionality can be downloaded at

The ability to report on Cisco Medianet video traffic lets NetFlow Analyzer users monitor the critical factors affecting the quality of video traffic and take appropriate fine-tuning measures to ensure their video application delivers an optimal user experience.

Beyond free video traffic monitoring, NetFlow Analyzer gains a major facelift.

* The new user interface offers a Tab view that provides one-click access to any feature or report.

* The new Grid view lets users view the devices being monitored from one central point, which provides one-click access to statistics for those devices.

* The new UI offers more space for personalization.

* NetFlow Analyzer now also supports AppFlow, which is gaining prominence in the industry. Users can fine tune the performance at the user interface level, saving precious minutes and, at the same time, ensuring optimum performance.

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