Xena Networks has won
The new award is based on an evaluation of best practices across multiple business performance categories including its comprehensive portfolio of Gigabit Ethernet test solutions, a tight customer-focused approach to business and a global presence.
"Xena is gathering momentum now, expanding both our technology base and our business operations," explains CEO,
New Xena Products & Services
A key factor singled out for mention by
"During the last year we've released a series of free software applications that let customers do a lot of industry-standard tests such as RFC2544,
"Our customers work with complex technology and they expect well-documented products and quick responses to technical issues," says CTO
Development roadmap leverages recipe for success
Xena's exciting development schedule is based on the same formula for success of building a new platform for testing L4-7 Gigabit Ethernet technology that has brought the company success in the L2-3 segment.
"Our focus is to deliver the test functionalities for Layers 4 to 7 that most people need all the time in a format that's easy to use," explains
About Xena Networks
Xena offers low-cost, full-featured products for testing Gigabit Ethernet at all speeds up to 100Gbps. Our equipment is exceptionally easy to use, and is backed by a professional development team that is very responsive to customer requirements. We specifically aim to provide a market-leading price/performance ratio. In addition to a low port price level, Xena is unique in offering - as standard - the following for free: software (no licensing fees), lifetime tech support, hardware warranty (12 months) and 36 months' software upgrades.
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