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iTrinegy's Networked Application Performance Solutions Chosen as Finalists in 2013 Network Computing Awards

CAMBRIDGE, England and RENO, Nevada, January 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --


And! New INE Xtreme shortlisted for New Product of the Year 2013 award

iTrinegy are pleased to announce, that their network emulation and application performance monitoring (APM) technologies have been short-listed as finalists in the Network Computing Awards for 2013.

iTrinegy's Network Emulation and Application Performance Monitoring solutions have been chosen by customers and readers of Network Computing as finalist in two major categories: INE Enterprise for Best Testing & Monitoring Product and AppQoS for Network Management Product of the Year.  

"We are delighted by our customers' responses in voting for us in this year's Network Computing Awards" said Frank Puranik, Product Director at iTrinegy. "We are extremely proud of our technology and having products shortlisted as finalists in both categories validates our dedication in providing best-in-class technology for today's diverse network environments."

iTrinegy's latest network emulator, INE Xtreme has also been nominated in the New Product of the Year category.  "Having INE Xtreme recognised is brilliant" says Frank "We took this technology in a different direction from the main-stream and gaining this endorsement shows that we weren't wrong in our decision."

INE Xtreme was released towards the end of last year as the world's first 10 Gbps, full line rate, software-based network emulator.

Last year iTrinegy, in conjunction with APD Communications, were the proud winners of the Network Project of the Year 2012 Public Sector Award, sponsored by Network Computing.  The award demonstrated excellence in enabling organizations to improve their internal and external communications and collaboration activities.

iTrinegy's products are entirely focused in helping companies to make sure their applications work in all types of network environments such as the Cloud, WANs, high latency Satellite, Wireless networks (3G, WiFi, WiMAX, LTE), QoS-based networks (i.e. MultiProtocol Label Switching, or MPLS), Radio over IP (RoIP) and Routed networks.

The Network Computing Awards are based on votes from readers of Network Computing Magazine and are intended to give industry-wide recognition to the technology, tools, solutions and products at the forefront of the evolving technology market.

Last year more than 17,000 votes were cast by the readers of Network Computing magazine and this year customers of iTrinegy will be given the opportunity to vote for the winner.

iTrinegy Products:

Network Emulation Products

The iTrinegy Network Emulator (INE) family of products recreate a wide variety of network characteristics that enable companies to develop and test their applications before roll-out.

Networked Application Performance Monitoring Products

iTrinegy's AppQoS Application Performance Monitoring is a powerful and versatile reporting system with a unique clustering capability that delivers real-time, passive network full-stream monitoring and analysis, handling performance and health metrics for every network transaction over each monitored network segment, providing a total end-to-end APM solution that scales up from smb to large enterprises.

About iTrinegy

iTrinegy develops products that enable organizations to address the whole Networked Application Performance Lifecycle ™ from initial design & development, through testing, QA, to production rollout and on-going performance monitoring. Many leading organizations deploy iTrinegy technology including Alcatel, Aviva, BlackRock, Boeing, General Dynamics, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Reuters, Schlumberger, Starbucks, Sun Microsystems and Unisys. iTrinegy has offices in the USA and UK together with a select network of specialist resellers. For more information, please visit http://www.itrinegy.com.

About Network Computing Magazine

Network computing magazine provides the latest IT News Information, Technology News, IT Industry News, and Articles, together with in-depth analysis on IT Products and Service Reviews.  To find out more go to:http://www.networkcomputingawards.co.uk/

Press Contact:
Debra Wilkins
PR Manager
iTrinegy
Tel UK:  +44(0)845-226-1900
Tel USA: +1-888-448-4366
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.itrinegy.com

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