ByteSphere Announces Fault Management Over Internet Protocol Version 6 (Ipv6)

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With the internet moving rapidly from Ipv4 to Ipv6 ByteSphere is the first in the market to unveil a comprehensive fault management platform compliant with these new standards.

Our fault management service offerings will now be able to receive critical messages over this transport, ensuring a continuous and reliable management paradigm implementing next generation technologies and services.

ByteSphere Technologies LLC announced precedent setting fault management services over Internet Protocol Version 6 (Ipv6). Ipv6 succeeds Ipv4 as a more robust protocol allowing for the issuance of more IP addresses to accommodate for the surging demand on the internet. As Ipv6 is an improvement on Ipv4, the two networks will be able to peacefully coexist as version 4 is phased out. However, this transitional phase is likely to leave many organizations unprepared for the next generation of services.

ByteSphere's is the first of all top tier management vendors to offer complete fault management services and transitional offerings. "Support for the ipv6 protocol is critical in the overall management of tomorrow's next generation networks for large enterprises and service providers, enabling these organizations to maintain up time and availability for key services and operations," says Bytesphere president and CEO, Nick Saparoff. "Our fault management service offerings will now be able to receive critical messages over this transport, ensuring a continuous and reliable management paradigm implementing next generation technologies and services."

Version 6 has been in development since 1996, gradually coming to the mainstream as bigger and bigger service providers adopt the protocol change. In March of 2008, Google announced its official testing of Ipv6 with the beta launch of their search technology over Ipv6. Though the transition is in its early stage, the urgency for transition is going to increase rapidly. A growing number of devices are becoming internet ready, requiring their own IP address. This coupled with the rapidly increased accessibility of the internet ensures Ipv6 is the standard to come. The fault management technology used by ByteSphere goes above basic testing to ensure comprehensive readiness and reliable services in this new arena.

Though ByteSphere's technology is at the cutting edge, the entry price for a fault management system is just under $1000. The base system provides coverage for hundreds of network management hardware and software vendors, preloaded with over 8,000 trap filters.

For more information on ByteSphere Technologies, LLC or their fault management service offerings, go to http://www.bytesphere.com or call (617) 475-5209.

ByteSphere® is a Boston area software company specializing in Global IT Management and Monitoring solutions and is the world's leading provider of SNMP-enabled network administration and testing tools.

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