NETSCOUT

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NETSCOUT SYSTEMS, INC. an Anixter Technology Alliance Partner, is a leading provider of business assurance – a powerful combination of service assurance, cybersecurity, and business intelligence solutions – for today’s most demanding service provider, enterprise and government networks. NETSCOUT’s Adaptive Service Intelligence (ASI) technology continuously monitors the service delivery environment to identify performance issues and provides insight into network-based security threats, helping teams to quickly resolve issues that can cause business disruptions or impact user experience. NETSCOUT delivers unmatched service visibility and network performance management – from basic trouble tickets to complex cloud systems – helping IT professionals to design, implement, test, troubleshoot, optimize and protect the wired and wireless digital infrastructure that supports our connected world.

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Case Studies

  • City of Mishawka, Indiana Case Study
    Supporting IT infrastructure for 18 facilities that include fire stations and police stations, a team of 6 IT professionals keep the network up and running using the LinkSprinter and LinkRunner AT Network Tester.
  • Memorial Hermann HealthCare Case Study
    For Memorial Hermann Health Care Systems, providing reliable network connectivity is crucial. With over 20,000 devices connected to the network at any given time, troubleshooting network problems is a top priority. The Desktop support technicians use the LinkSprinter to give valuable insights to the network that otherwise they would have to escalate to the Network Engineering team.
  • Houston Methodist Hospital Case Study
    For Houston Methodist Hospital, providing reliable wireless networks is crucial. With over 6 million square feet including 6 remote sites, troubleshooting Wi-Fi problems is a top priority. Wireless Engineers and Architects use the AirCheck G2 as one of their first response tools to validate wireless signal coverage, Wi-Fi strength, client devices, and to help locate rogue access points.