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WWG Releases Network Tools, Solutions

Wavetek Wandel Goltermann, a communications test solutions provider, announced the availability of Domino Network Analysis Suite (DomnioNAS), its new analysis toolbox, as well as its performance and service level management solution, Domino Total Performance Management (DominoTPM).

DominoNAS provides browser-based access to the applications necessary to support all networks, from Ethernet to ATM, in one package. DominoNAS allows access to three remote agents that provide remote LAN analysis. It also includes utilities that allow users to migrate from a variety of third-party vendors' tools.

DominoTPM provides performance monitoring and trending, and is a tool for both e-commerce sites and ISPs. It creates reports on network usage, application response time, potential network problems, and several other variables. It also correlates application performance with Frame Relay network performance and monitors network devices.

Contact WWG, www.wwgsolutions.com.

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