NETGEAR, Inc.’s latest version of its Remote Cloud management solution, NETGEAR Insight is now available.
With this latest version 6.0 release network visibility is enhanced, whilst topology maps and graphs offer a clear visual view of wired and wireless networks. Additionally, with the new Insight Topology function, it is possible to organise wired and wireless networks in a network map to gain visibility and troubleshooting capabilities into the structure and status of the networks.
“Businesses, large and small, have had to change the way they conduct their business; work-at-home employees and digital engagement with customers are the new normal. And therefore, the IT network of a business is now ever more important” said Patrick Lo, Chairman and CEO of NETGEAR. “NETGEAR Insight version 6.0, dramatically simplifies the job of a network administrator and allows them to maximise network uptime while optimising performance.”
The new Insight Topology viewer provides a holistic network view while enabling quick drill-down to areas that need further troubleshooting or configuration modification. The Insight Topology viewer tool scales as the organisation’s network grows and is customisable to meet the administrator’s needs. It is built for speed, responsiveness and to enable shortened network debugging cycles.
Insight Topology is available in three predefined layouts: Tree View, Abstract View and, SSID View (for wireless deployments only).
Insight version 6.0 also comes with a set of tools to manage larger WiFi networks, including the ability to implement high-density wireless deployments by providing a single console to centrally install and configure more complex networks. This new offering is ideal for 50-250 employee companies, schools with multiple floors and local government organisations, among others.
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