Today, WildPackets announced TimeLine 2.0, the second installment of our premier network recorder and the fastest continuous network traffic capture and analysis solution to offer detailed network and VoIP statistics in real time.
TimeLine sets a new standard in capture-to-disk speeds, offering unsurpassed network traffic collection and recording, quick data rewinding, simultaneous real-time network monitoring, and rapid search and forensic analysis of collected data. With TimeLine, network issues of any type can be identified, analyzed, reconstructed, and resolved quickly and efficiently.
So, what’s new in TimeLine 2?
With TimeLine 2’s ability to now display critical VoIP and network statistics in real time, including top nodes and protocols, call utilization versus network utilization, and call quality over time, it makes it easier than ever for network administrators to quickly pinpoint network issues. These capabilities are essential for businesses that are utilizing telepresence technologies and need to maintain network uptime.
Additionally, network information recorded with TimeLine can be seamlessly analyzed with the latest edition of WildPackets award-winning OmniPeek Network Analyzer. OmniPeek gives network administrators complete visibility into the health of their networks in real-time.
Advancements in the new version of OmniPeek include:
- Compass, a new interactive dashboard that provides real-time visibility into key network statistics over long periods of time with on-the-fly data retrieval and complete OmniPeek analysis
- Wireless 3-stream network analysis support for the latest 802.11n equipment
- Call Data Records (CDR), which include key media quality and summary information
- The ability to analyze over 2000 simultaneous calls to easily monitor
If you’re at Interop Las Vegas this week, come visit us at booth #639 – we’ll be happy to give you a brief demo of what TimeLine can do for you. If you can’t stop by, check out our TimeLine OnDemand Webcast titled “The Need for Speed – No More Compromises!”