ThousandEyes Network Intelligence Coverage Now Includes US Broadband ISPs
March 07, 2018
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ThousandEyes announced continuing expansion of its Network Intelligence coverage to include Broadband ISPs in major metropolitan regions in the United States.

These new vantage points provide actionable availability and performance insights for businesses with Internet-facing applications delivered to consumer or SMB customers over Broadband ISPs, enabling them to drive better digital experiences.

In addition, ThousandEyes added dozens of new Network Intelligence vantage points globally, including new metro locations and a significant increase in IPv6 vantage points, reaffirming the company's commitment to giving every business the visibility and control it needs to succeed in today's digital business world.

"In today's connected world, customers are won and lost based on their digital experience, and businesses simply cannot afford to be blind to the Internet and cloud dependencies on which this experience ultimately depends," said Alex Henthorn-Iwane, VP of Product Marketing at ThousandEyes. "Last week's AWS outage that affected hundreds of businesses is a stark reminder of how reliant we have become on the Internet today. ThousandEyes' continuing expansion of Network Intelligence vantage points, that now also includes Broadband ISPs, gives these organizations the ability to optimize how users experience their online services and perceive their brands."

ThousandEyes Network Intelligence vantage points now include Broadband ISPs in the US cities of Ashburn, VA, Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX, Los Angeles, CA, San Jose, CA and Seattle, WA.

Covered ISPs include, AT&T, CenturyLink, Charter, Comcast, Cox Communications and Verizon.

ThousandEyes customers serving consumers and SMBs can monitor from one or more ISPs in each location, and compare performance between them. With this visibility and insight, these customers can overcome the challenges of delivering a digital experience that relies on the variable performance of networks they don't own. Operations teams supporting Internet-facing applications, such as customer websites and mobile apps, can rapidly uncover hidden network dependencies to solve performance-impacting issues and build customer loyalty.

In addition to including Broadband ISP vantage points, ThousandEyes has added six new metro locations and increased IPv6-enabled coverage by over 150 percent globally. ThousandEyes now offers nearly 250 Cloud Agent locations across 152 cities around the world, giving its customers unprecedented visibility into the availability and performance of their Internet-facing applications and services.

ThousandEyes Network Intelligence, including the new Broadband ISP vantage points, is now generally available.

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