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May 7, 2005
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May 7, 2005
Tracing Routes Through the Ether
Visualware, Inc. is a leading creator of solutions to manage and report the true customer and end-user Web experience. Visualware, http://www.visualware.com, solutions provide a true picture of service to the customer through technology that accurately measures the actual application service level directly from the customer's own workstation.
Spokesperson Julie Lancaster discusses VisualRoute 2005 Professional. VisualRoute enables network administrators to see precisely where and how the traffic is flowing between two points on the Internet. The application integrates several Internet technologies, such as traceroute, ping, whois and reverse DNS, and automatically analyzes this data to assess Internet connectivity to a user-specified destination. The results are displayed in a table and world map, along with reports of the performance of each portion of the route.
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