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NetScout Unveils Updates for its TestStream Management Software Suite

By CIOReview | Monday, May 2, 2016
Anil Singhal, Founder, President and CEO, NetScout Systems

Anil Singhal, Founder, President and CEO, NetScout Systems

FREMONT, CA: Cybersecurity solution Provider, NetScout has recently released a new update on its TestStream Management Software Suite aimed at boosting test lab performance. The updated software, TestStream 3.5 will help users to reduce the time-period of test cycle by implementing automation.

TestStream Management Software offers an easy-to-use drag-and-drop user interface to define and manage topologies using layer 1 matrix switching and to apply layer 2-4 functions enabling increased efficiency, speed, and performance of test labs. It helps users to meet the demands of today’s high-performance test labs. Backed by nGenius 3900 Series Packet Flow Switch (PFS), TestStream assists test lab professionals to meet the demand of growing market challenges. “The nGenius product line, which was started in 2000, is still viable and many times more powerful in 2015. This shows that we are very focused on growing our entire product line capabilities to monitor, analyze and protect networks of all sizes,” says Anil Singhal, Founder, President and CEO, NetScout Systems.

The updated software is based on Layer 1-4 integrated intelligence and supports testing for 10 Gbps, 40 Gbps and 100 Gbps network applications. It has a capacity of 576 ports of non-blocking connectivity and integrates Layer 1 switching, test stream aggregation, rate conversions, and enables filtered data feeds for analysis.

NETSCOUT nGenius 3900 Series PFS works as the focal point for managing lab connectivity and topology. With the help of unique Layer 2-4 functions and TestStream Management Software, the company offers an ideal platform for optimizing test labs in innovative ways. The test lab optimization tool assists users to increase network and application test lab efficiency and also reduces time required to set-up and test, in combination with improved overall lab performance.