Diagnosing network issues

Fluke Networks has introduced cloud services for its new handheld OneTouch AT Network Assistant or as a software upgrade for existing units. This enables
the tester to provide visibility into network performance over time and offers ‘launch-and-leave’ remote testing and more in-depth analytics.

The OneTouch AT tester and cloud service make it easier to see network irregularities, with sequential test results uploaded to the cloud and plotted on colour-coded charts. Technicians can view trended results from multiple tests side by side, zoom in to see details, and then print or download charts as documentation.

Fluke Networks
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