Plixer International Joins the Cisco Developer Network as Registered Developer and Completes Cisco Interoperability Verification Testing

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Plixer International, Inc. announced that it has joined the Cisco Developer Network as a Registered Developer within the Systems Management technology category.

In addition, Plixer’s Scrutinizer NetFlow Analyzer version 8.5 has successfully completed interoperability testing with Medianet 2.2.

The Cisco Developer Network unites Cisco with third-party developers of hardware and software to deliver tested interoperable solutions to joint customers. As a Registered Developer, Plixer International offers a complementary product offering and has started to collaborate with Cisco to meet the needs of joint customers. With offerings such as Scrutinizer NetFlow Analyzer version 8.5, customers can more quickly deploy a broad range of Cisco Compatible business applications, devices, or services that can enhance the capabilities, performance, and management of their Cisco network. For more information on Scrutinizer NetFlow Analyzer version 8.5 interoperability with Medianet 2.2 go to:

About Plixer International:
Founded in 1999 and merged with Somix Technologies, Inc. in 2006, Plixer International, Inc. develops and markets network traffic monitoring and NetFlow analysis tools to the global market. Plixer delivers a diverse range of commercial flow measuring and monitoring tools, from network traffic reporting to network behavior analysis. All of the IPFIX and NetFlow tools are built from the ground up with valuable feature sets and ease of use in mind. Plixer tools have been used to analyze and troubleshoot irregular network traffic patterns by IT professionals with some of the largest networks in the world, such as AT&T, Toyota, CNN, The Coca-Cola Company, Lockheed Martin, IBM, Regal Cinemas, Raytheon, and Eddie Bauer.

For product and sales information, contact Plixer International, Inc. at 1 Eagle Drive, Sanford, Maine, via telephone 207-324-8805, via fax 207-324-8683, on Facebook, on Twitter, or through the Plixer website at

  • Interoperability testing is designed to simulate typical customer configurations, and does not replace the need for on-site testing in conjunction with actual implementation.


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