New Flex Virtual Appliance Range nominated as Finalists in Network Computing Awards 2016
NE-ONE Desktop Appliance also selected as Award Finalist
London, United Kingdom and Boston, USA , March 9 2016 – iTrinegy, the Virtual Test Networks, Application Performance Measurement and Application Risk Management specialists, has four of its products shortlisted as finalist in five categories in the 2016 Network Computing Awards. All of iTrinegy’s solutions are focused on mitigating application risk and reducing cost in IT transformation and application deployments.
The iTrinegy products shortlisted are:
NE-ONE Network Emulator and Profiler, the desktop, hardware-based, network emulator which is a finalist in the following categories:
• Best Testing/Monitoring Product of the Year
• Bench Tested Hardware Product of the Year (Hardware Category)
NE-ONE Network Emulator and Profiler, which combines the ability to create virtual test networks and conduct network profiling using the same desktop unit. This product is shortlisted in:
• Best Hardware Product of the Year
NE-ONE Flex Virtual Appliance Network Emulator, which can be spun up anywhere in the VMware virtual environment. This product has been shortlisted in:
• Best Software Product of the Year
INE Flex Enterprise, the multl-port virtual network emulator, which like NE-ONE Flex can be spun up anywhere in the VMware virtual environment. This product has been shortlisted in:
• Best New Product of the Year (Software & Services Category)
“We are really delighted that our customers’ nominations have led to our technology being shortlisted in a record five categories in this year’s Network Computing Awards” said Frank Puranik, Product Director at iTrinegy. “We are particularly excited by the level of interest our new Flex (Virtual) range has already generated as it was only released last year. It shows how, as more organizations adopt virtualization as part of their IT infrastructure strategy, they are recognizing the need to verify that applications being developed or tested in this environment will work properly in real world networks”.
The Network Computing Awards are based on votes from readers of Network Computing Magazine and customer feedback and are intended to give industry-wide recognition to the technology, tools, solutions and products at the forefront of the evolving technology market.