PALO ALTO, Calif., and KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 3, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Nyansa, Inc. ("knee-ans-sah"), a fast-growing innovator of a new generation of network analytics software technology, today announced that the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UT) has selected and deployed its Voyance IT network analytics technology, giving UT unprecedented visibility into every client network transaction, user application and network services while eliminating the costly and cumbersome burden of manually analyzing and correlating exploding volumes of network traffic.
With Voyance, UT is now able to quickly pinpoint individual device and systematic infrastructure issues that can negatively affect the quality of users' network experience across a vast network infrastructure of over 4,500 wireless access points – often supporting more than 100,000 unique devices in a day.
"Like many higher education environments, UT generates terabytes of network data which can be gathered, analyzed and correlated to uncover new organizational insights," said Brian Huskey, IT Manager responsible for network services at the University of Tennessee.
For network managers, balancing many different network services, devices and applications, to understand the actual user experience across an entire network presents a unique new challenge.
"As network services evolve, Wi-Fi becomes the primary mode of connectivity and client devices become so much more diverse, sorting through this data to make sense of it all has become untenable for a lot of IT professionals. Voyance is helping us solve these issues, allowing UT to focus on delivering the best user network experience possible by getting more value from our existing infrastructure," concluded Huskey.
Traditional IT Infrastructure Monitoring Moves to More Actionable Analytics
Requiring no client software, agents or additional hardware sensors, Nyansa's Voyance cloud-based network analytics service analyzes, measures and correlates every wired and wireless client network transaction across the entire OSI stack, providing real-time and historical insight into infrastructure, application and device behavior.
Unlike alternative solutions that merely provide raw data that must be manually analyzed and correlated with other parts of the network by IT staff, Voyance automates this process, delivering summarized answers to user application, device and network service questions in plain English.
With Voyance, organizations can now quantify ROI for the entire network infrastructure, quantifying the expense and impact of infrastructure upgrades, identify lost client hours due to infrastructure incident and determine where best to allocate resources within the network.
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SOURCE Nyansa, Inc.