This week we have seen how companies are improving their security measures to accommodate the ever changing platform in 2013.
DSP Group’s (News - Alert) XceedR announced that its family of best-in-class chipset solutions is helping Turkcell (News - Alert) SuperOnLine’s CAT-iq 2.0’s customer experience. Turkcell customers will now be able experience HD-voice quality, value-added multi-line, multi-handset services using the DSP’s Huawei (News - Alert) HG253 Fiber home gateway. By fusing together their resources DSP and Turkcell will be able to offer the best voice telephony experience.
Another partnership has formed as Dorel Industries selects AT&T’s global MPLS network to help connect and integrate its worldwide operations and multiple divisions. More than 40 of Dorel’s offices in North America, Europe and Asia are using the At&T MPLS-enabled Virtual Private Network to ensure that its employees experience improved collaboration, productivity and shared access of resources across the organization.
Fluke Networks, on the other hand, has released its own single-box network and application performance monitoring system, Visual TruView Appliance. After conducting a survey about its network professions, Fluke found that at least 50 percent of the respondents did not have access to tools for spotting issues with VOIP, application transactions and other network performance problems. With its new network performance system Fluke Network will address and fix the technicality problems its networks were facing.
ManageEngine (News - Alert) has also undergone some reprogramming as it has just updated its Application Managers software. The application now supports NoSQL technologies and conventional relational databases, and is equipped with a centralized console that allows Cassandra performance monitoring. It also provides memory utilization features that help companies monitor the performance of their applications. By upgrading its monitoring capabilities ManageEngine makes sure that the serves and applications are constantly running and solve any issues that may arise.
Stay tuned to the network management community to discover the new trends and latest developments for 2013.