TU Graz Relies on Allegro Packets for Network Analysis
Allegro Packets Acquires a New Customer
Leipzig/Graz, 27.11.2019 - Allegro Packets, a leading provider and specialist in the field of network monitoring and analysis, has acquired one of Austria's largest universities, the Graz University of Technology, as a customer. The university uses the Allegro Network Multimeter for network troubleshooting and continuous IT infrastructure quality assurance in their data centre.
Allegro Packets' state-of-the-art network diagnostic tools are among the most advanced appliances for troubleshooting and network analysis, providing real-time statistics and selective packet filtering via Layers 2 - 7 both in live and history mode.
Allegro 3500 - Specialised High Recording and Analysis Rates
At Graz University of Technology, an Allegro 3500 has been running continuously in the data centre. The Allegro 3000 series enables high recording, analysis and storage rates and has a throughput of up to 100 GBit/s. These functions are also available in the Allegro 200, 500, 1000 and Allegro 5000 series.
"Graz University of Technology is one of the leading universities in Austria, with a great international reputation. Students and employees of more than 100 institutes, organisational units and guests from all over the world expect a stable network and a fast Internet connection. We are pleased that Graz University of Technology trusts Allegro Packets for such an important topic as network quality", commented Katrin Pflugfelder, Managing Director of Allegro Packets, on the cooperation. "Our thanks also go to our reseller Schoeller network control Datenverarbeitung, who initiated the cooperation with the TU."
The Allegro 3500 is optimised for live and historical analysis and monitoring of Gigabit connections in the data centre. In this way, configurations of the widely branched heterogeneous network can be clearly displayed and debugged.
Powerful Performance - Simple Handling
Philipp Rammer, Network Service Owner at the Central IT Service (ZID) of Graz University of Technology, explained why they chose the Allegro Multimeter. "The Allegro 3500 impresses us with its intuitive and easy-to-use interface. Despite its powerful performance, the device is accessed via a web browser without any additional local applications, servers, databases or anything else. This was an essential buying advantage for us in addition to the extensive technical features and the wide range of applications".