NEW YORK, New York (PRWEB) June 18, 2013
Catchpoint Systems, Inc., a provider of innovative web and infrastructure monitoring solutions, today announced Wireless 4G monitoring capabilities. Deploying 25 new wireless nodes nationwide strengthens Catchpoint’s performance monitoring solution – enhancing its ability to meet organizations’ growing mobile performance needs.
“Our research shows that visibility into performance for mobile users is the key challenge for monitoring user experience for web applications. Catchpoint’s solution enables organizations to gain full visibility into web applications access through cellular networks and quickly identify a root cause of performance issues,” noted Bojan Simic, president and principal analyst, TRAC Research. “The solution also enables organizations to isolate the impact of carrier networks on performance and focus their efforts on areas that can improve the quality of user experience.”
Catchpoint empowers organizations to proactively monitor the end-to-end performance of their online and mobile services by delivering comprehensive, real-time analytics – improving speed, reliability and availability to boost customer satisfaction, lower the cost of quality management and protect revenue.
The wireless capabilities will allow organizations to better monitor mobile websites and web applications by giving them added visibility and control. After an intense testing period of nodes in major cities with AT&T and Verizon, Catchpoint now has live nodes with multiple carriers in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, New York and Seattle, with nodes in Boston, San Francisco and Washington D.C. going live later this month.
In addition, organizations can now leverage Catchpoint’s wireless node capabilities to monitor non-mobile web applications, APIs used by mobile apps, mobile and digital outdoor advertising, mobile commerce and increasingly prominent machine-to-machine (M2M) technology.
“Consumers are increasingly relying on mobile devices as their application hubs or mobile hotspots for telecommuting, and millions of devices – from cars to vending machines – now wirelessly connect to internet networks to drive efficiency,” said Mehdi Daoudi, CEO and founder of Catchpoint. “With more than 130 backbone locations, 20 last-mile locations and now 25 4G nodes, we are committed to continually increasing our coverage capabilities and staying ahead of evolving industry needs so companies can keep their customers happy and the business running smoothly.”
Catchpoint helps companies better understand the performance of their online services so they can ensure a fast, glitch-free online environment to improve user satisfaction, reduce quality management costs and protect revenue. Delivering unmatched insight through organized and visualized information, its web performance and application monitoring tools provide real-time analytics to help IT quickly discover and resolve performance issues. Founded in September 2008 by former DoubleClick/Google veterans and backed by Battery Ventures, Catchpoint is headquartered in New York. Please visit http://www.catchpoint.com to learn more.
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