We would like to take this opportunity to welcome a new supplier to Comms Express.
NetScout's tagline 'Guardians of the Connective World' perfectly sums how we see their product range here at Comms Express.
They are a world leader in application and network performance management product and solutions. By watching, listening and of course learning they have been at the forefront of innovation for over thirty years. NetScout has developed the unique ability to capture, order, and analyse all of your network traffic in real time. This offers a deep insight into the overall health and well-being of your business.
We offer a great range of NetScout products, many that may well be familiar to you. Many of you would have been fans of Fluke Networks products. NetScout have taken on a number of products on our website that were formerly Fluke Networks.
Check out some of the NetScout network test solution product range here
- NetScout AirCheck G2 Wireless Tester - The AirCheck G2 provides fast, simple, and accurate isolation and troubleshooting, thereby reducing the time to resolve wireless issues. AirCheck G2 simplifies wireless troubleshooting
- NetScout Linksprinter - The LinkSprinter network tester provides network connectivity troubleshooting and identifies error problem domain in less than 10 seconds. Automated reporting to the included Link-Live Cloud Service Essentials ensures network connectivity status and path information is documented for every link. Check out the blog we did originally for Fluke Networks LinkSprinter
- NetScout OneTouch AT G2 Ethernet Tester - This model includes 10/100/1000 Mbps copper/fibre test module, two 1G SX SFP fibre transceivers, SD card, frame carry strap, hand strap, AC adapter and line cord, USB flash drive, WireView #1-6, RJ45 patch cable and coupler, carrying case, getting started guide, and resource CD with users manual.
We are delighted to be working with our new friends at Netscout and look forward to many more exciting innovations. We will be sure to feature these within a future blog.
Until next timeSteve Wilkin