Phoenix Datacom to sell and support Fluke Networks’ new OptiView XG tablet in the UK

Phoenix Datacom to sell and support Fluke Networks’ new OptiView XG tablet in the UK

Phoenix Datacom has announced that it is to sell and support Fluke Networks’ OptiView XG network analysis tablet.

 

The tablet expedites network and application problem solving by automating root cause analysis and providing guided troubleshooting to address problem areas.

‘Our customers rely on us to provide cutting edge solutions and support for the building, monitoring and troubleshooting of their communications networks – we are therefore extremely critical when identifying and selecting new solutions that become available.’ said John Carson, managing director at Phoenix Datacom. ‘Using the OptiView XG, our customers have an instant, integrated window into their networks in a contemporary form – the tablet – that can easily be taken from the data centre to the production floor, to the office desktop. In addition to this, the OptiView XG integrates the key technologies network engineers need into a single, portable tool which helps them solve network and application problems faster and improve overall IT efficiency.’

For further information visit: www.phoenixdatacom.com

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