iTrinegy Scores a ‘Hat-Trick’ with their IT Transformation Solutions in the 2014 Network Computing Awards




iTrinegy scores a “Hat-Trick” with their IT Transformation Solutions selected as NC-2014-Award-FinalistFinalists in the 2014 Network Computing Awards

Cambridge, UK, Reno, Nevada, USA – February 26 2014, — iTrinegy are pleased to announce that their network emulation and application performance monitoring technologies have been short-listed as finalists in the Network Computing Awards 2014.

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, AppQoS for Network Management Product of the Year. 

iTrinegy has also been nominated in the ‘Project of the Year’ award category, demonstrating excellence in how iTrinegy’s solution enabled IPF (International Personal Finance) to make significant savings and deliver good application performance across their world-wide networks.  “A real bonus for IPF is that a WAN acceleration solution with significant initial implementation costs and associated on-going managed service costs to support it is not required. AppQoS helped us show that we didn’t need this technology to ensure the performance of Focus and the company has saved significant money in the process!” Clive Young IPF

“We are delighted by our customers’ responses in voting for us in this year’s Network Computing Awards” said Martin Ford, CEO at iTrinegy. “We are extremely proud of our IT Transformation offering which include the solutions shortlisted as finalists in the above categories, validating our dedication in providing best-in-class technology for today’s diverse network environments.”

iTrinegy’s products are entirely focused in helping companies to ensure their applications work in all types of network environments such as the Cloud, Virtual, WANs, high latency Satellite, Wireless networks (3G, WiFi, WiMAX, LTE), QoS-based networks and 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 cast that vote.