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Fluke latest Network Time Machine hardware platform – Oct2010

November 3, 2010 | By Anthony Capkun

November 3, 2010

Fluke Networks has released its latest Network Time Machine hardware platform—a network forensics recorder for “back-in-time” analysis. Leveraging its application-centric analysis technology, NTM helps engineers get to the heart of performance problems across all applications. With NTM’s data recorder, data centre staff can store data for days, weeks or months (depending on traffic load); the next step in performing network forensics is analyzing the data and, with NTM, engineers can review and extract information to analyze past events and the traffic leading up to, or causing, specific problems. Network Time Machine now offers Advanced Capacity Management (ACM), a frame de-duplication feature that eliminates the unnecessary capture of redundant data, maximizing disk capacity and allowing engineers to store and extract the exact information they need for analysis.



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