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AppNeta Announces Breakthrough Technology for Assessing and Monitoring Performance of Video Conferencing Sessions

April 5, 2012 | Hogan Keyser

New module for cloud-based network performance management service assures readiness for LAN, WAN and wireless networks

BOSTON, Apr 04, 2012
-- AppNeta, the leading provider of cloud-based network performance management services announced the launch of AppView Video, a new module for the PathView Cloud performance management service. AppView Video, a breakthrough solution for assuring predictable, high-quality performance of real-time video conferencing, enables network engineers and IT teams to verify the quality of a video conference services before and during actual video conferencing calls.

PathView Cloud with AppView Video uses active methodology to generate actual video, audio and signaling portions of the conference, with full support for QoS on all three traffic classes. PathView Cloud with AppView Video quickly determines the end-to-end network readiness for video conferencing, providing support for high-end telepresence systems, personal desktop video and other video conferencing architecture to assure ongoing, high-quality service.

"The quality of a videoconferencing session depends on the consistency and performance of the underlying network," explained Ira M. Weinstein, senior analyst and partner, Wainhouse Research. "AppNeta's PathView Cloud service enables enterprises to pre-assess the network's ability to host IP video traffic, proactively monitor network performance before, during, and after video calls, and then report back with real-time information about their network."

AppNeta's award-winning PathView Cloud solutions leverage a zero-administration, cloud-based service to meet the performance demands of today's distributed networks and mainstream network-dependent applications including unified communications, cloud services and virtualization. PathView Cloud with AppView Video offers versatile support of any deployment architecture used for video conferences including mesh, bridge, "hub-and-spoke," and multi-point, actively testing all segments concurrently in order to assess the network's ability to support any class of video conference.

"PathView Cloud with AppView Video takes the risk out of deploying a video conferencing service in the enterprise," said Jim Melvin, CEO of AppNeta. "By pre-assessing and continuously monitoring your network, you can be confident your video conferencing deployment will achieve predictable, high quality performance for all participants, attending from any remote location."

Within just three years, AppNeta has grown to offer thousands of customers unparalleled performance insight, and has also become the de facto standard solution for assessing, monitoring and troubleshooting IP voice services. AppView Video was developed to meet the demand from the Unified Communications market for a similar solution dedicated to the exceptional performance of video conferencing. AppView Video is available on April 4, 2012. All PathView Cloud customers can receive one free month of the new AppView Video service by contacting AppNeta directly at [email protected].

About AppNeta
AppNeta is revolutionizing network performance management with the only cloud-based network performance management solution that offers tightly integrated path-based SLA and performance validation, active application performance, in-depth traffic analysis and 100% remote packet capture for distributed networks and critical applications. AppNeta's breakthrough PathView Cloud service provides thousands of global customers with end-to-end performance visibility from any location, across any network, out to remote sites or 3rd party networks. With this insight you can truly understand the way your network supports critical applications and assure exceptional performance and delivery to end users.

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