New Zealand network monitoring developer Endace has unveiled its NinjaProbe appliance family, claiming to be first to offer such infrastructure for networks up to 10Gb capacity.
Users benefit from precise visibility into every application, protocol, and element on their network, the company says, with the ability to scrutinise all network traffic with whichever analysis software they prefer.
Endace says increasing volume and diversity of network communications and tighter regulatory controls has driven network operators to implement multiple point solutions for network security and performance monitoring.
“The NinjaProbe family of application-independent appliances represents a significant shift in the way our customers can now deploy their monitoring infrastructure,” says Mike Riley, Endace's vice president or worldwide marketing.
Darrell Covell, President of Maryland-based Rep-tron IT Solutions, says US Federal and law enforcement entities must capture and analyse ever-expanding volumes of digital content and communications.
He says Endace and Rep-tron together will enable government agencies to meet emerging and increasing network monitoring requirements.
The NinjaProbe family of appliances is available now, priced between US$20,000 to US$120,000 for each system depending on connectivity and port density.
Endace was commercialised out of Waikato University's research into real-time processing in 2002. It listed on the UK's AIM market in 2005.