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Fluke Networks acquires ClearSight Networks

January 11, 2010 | By Anthony Capkun

11 January 2010

Fluke Networks, a player in network installation and analysis, has acquired ClearSight Networks, a provider of network analysis tools for real-time application monitoring, protocol analysis and troubleshooting. Terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

“ClearSight’s network analysis solutions maximize network engineers’
ability to actively monitor critical links carrying high volumes of
network traffic for performance bottlenecks, security anomalies and
intermittent disruptions,” said Arif Kareem, president, Fluke Networks.
“ClearSight’s powerful historical analysis, when coupled with deep
packet inspection and monitoring, provide the comprehensive visibility
needed to isolate, diagnose and resolve problems before they impact
network performance.”

ClearSight’s products provide network engineers visibility into their
network traffic. Insights into performance, security and anomalies are
delivered through the ClearSight Analyzer (CSA) and Network Time
Machine (NTM) product lines. Its protocol analysis, deep packet
inspection and forensic stream-to-disk technologies further strengthen
Fluke Networks’ position in network analysis, monitoring and testing,
says Fluke.


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