ActionPacked Networks has been recognized as a finalist in the Annual 2013
The coveted annual
LiveAction is a sophisticated network performance management and QoS control tool that enables IT engineers to improve end-user experience, business critical application delivery, and corporate expansion by enabling them to effectively manage application-aware network performance. LiveAction visually controls enterprise networks by simplifying the complexity of monitoring, analyzing, and configuring technology areas such as: QoS, LAN Switching, NetFlow, Medianet, Application Visibility and Control (AVC), PfR, Routing, and
The latest LiveAction 3.0 release provides improved scalability and guided workflows to quickly resolve business critical performance issues in the WAN, SaaS and cloud application, MPLS or DMVPN links, converged wired and wireless connections, video, VoIP, and BYOD devices.
“LiveAction historically has been more of a pure network management tool and helped network managers simplify networking tasks such as implementing QoS and configuring Spanning Tree, but the 3.0 release brings more UC-level visibility and broader visibility to its toolkit,” stated
“It’s an honor to be named a finalist by
For more information on ActionPacked! Networks, visit http://www.actionpacked.com.
To download a free trial of ActionPacked! LiveAction network management solution, visit http://www.actionpacked.com/liveactiondownload.
About ActionPacked! Networks
ActionPacked! Networks is the leader in application-aware network performance management and quality-of-service (QoS) software for implementing VoIP, Telepresence,
ActionPacked! Networks and LiveAction are trademarks of ActionPacked! Networks.
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