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Savvius builds software and hardware products for network and security professionals. Maintaining and troubleshooting networks requires great tools.

Savvius's mission is to build those tools, and to apply the resulting networking expertise to cybersecurity investigations as well. Common to everything Savvius does is a focus on providing useful insight built on a deep understanding of networks from packets through applications.

Savvius builds software and hardware products for network and security professionals.

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Savvius products are essential for anyone responsible for networks or for investigating security events.

From Omnipliance capture appliances that can ingest and store network traffic at up to 20 Gbps for monitoring, forensics, and troubleshooting, to Omnipliance WiFi for monitoring and troubleshooting WLANs, including 802.11ac networks with 100s of access points, to OmniPeek software, for understanding and investigating networks, Savvius has products for every network professional. Now, introducing Savvius Vigil for intelligently storing weeks and months of network packets useful to security investigations.

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Protect Your High-Speed Network this Year

If you’re a retailer that has upgraded to a 10G—or faster—network, congratulations are in order because you’ve made a wise decision. Between streaming videos on your website, offering multichannel service in your contact center and running your company’s usual slew of bandwidth-intensive applications, high-speed networks are rapidly becoming a priority for retailers. But although a faster network will certainly increase your capacity, it also makes monitoring more difficult. After all, a higher rate of data transfer can make it more complex to troubleshoot network issues, and if the network suffers an extended outage or subpar performance, the speed you added speed is essentially useless....
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