NetScout Edition of the OptiView XG Network Analysis Tablet Introduced
October 17, 2016
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NETSCOUT SYSTEMS announced the NETSCOUT edition of the OptiView XG network analysis tablet with a new customizable dashboard, enhanced reporting and integration with the NETSCOUT nGeniusONE Service Assurance platform.

NETSCOUT’s portable analyzer provides infrastructure diagnostics for both wireless and wired LANs.

“The OptiView XG has long held an industry-wide reputation as the most trusted tool for troubleshooting remote locations,” said Michael Szabados, Chief Operating Officer, NETSCOUT. “This new release, which includes a variety of notable, timely enhancements, makes the OptiView XG an ideal wireless companion to nGeniusONE, allowing IT professionals to diagnose and troubleshoot in the field from the user perspective and gain a consistent view across their wireless and wired infrastructures. This powerful, portable tool enables network and field engineers to diagnose and fix problems faster, and ensure the security and performance of the wireless infrastructure.”

Enhancements to the OptiView XG network analyzer include a new dashboard with critical network health data, giving network engineers instant insight into the health of their network infrastructure and vital network paths. The OptiView XG’s Notification Center delivers product-related notifications directly to the user, simplifying the user experience by providing valuable tips for solving specific network issues. Enhanced reporting functionality when integrated with nGeniusONE makes it easy to collaboratively troubleshoot.

The OptiView XG delivers benefits, such as:

- Enabling comprehensive 802.11ac WLAN lifecycle management including planning, deployment, troubleshooting, and security.

- Helping accelerate the identification and isolation of wired and wireless network infrastructure-related performance issues.

- Automating and combining a variety of network troubleshooting functions that help improve accuracy, efficiency and effectiveness of the user.

- Reducing escalations by putting network troubleshooting insight into the hands of front-line engineers.

- Gaining a cohesive, consistent approach to monitoring and troubleshooting across wireless and wired infrastructures when integrated with the market-leading nGeniusONE Service Assurance platform that is trusted by thousands of enterprises around the globe to ensure service delivery, optimize network performance and deliver critical insights into the end user experience.

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