Fluke Forms Visual Network Systems

Company creates independent operating entity to capitalize on strong growth in Application Performance Market

June 30, 2010

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EVERETT, Wash. -- Fluke Networks, the leader in network installation and analysis, today announced it has created a new operating entity from its Fluke Networks Systems assets with the introduction of Visual Network Systems. The newly branded company will operate independently and was established to address the tremendous market growth opportunity in the Application Performance Management (APM) market.

Visual Network Systems will be headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The new company is led by Lyn Cantor, general manager of Visual Network Systems. Cantor reports directly to Rich McBee, who has leadership responsibility for a group of companies under Danaher’s Test and Measurement platform including Visual Network Systems, Fluke Networks and Tektronix Communications. Visual Network Systems’ portfolio includes a collection of organic and inorganic technologies that support the company’s Enterprise Service Intelligence Strategy:

  • Visual Performance Manager

  • Visual UpTime Products

  • NetFlow Tracker

  • Application Performance Appliance (APA)

  • NetAlly Active Test Solutions

“Visual Network Systems’ goal is to accelerate growth as a leading provider of Enterprise Service Intelligence which helps IT professionals and business stakeholders understand the true impact of the enterprise infrastructure for mission critical applications and business services,” said McBee. “Fluke Networks is a trusted leading provider of innovative solutions for the installation and certification, testing, monitoring and analysis of copper, fiber and wireless networks used by enterprises and telecommunications carriers. By creating the separate operating entity, Visual Network Systems will be able to build upon Fluke Networks’ heritage of technology while being focused specifically on enterprise-wide network and application and performance, and ultimately customer experience and IT technology, for larger scale enterprise customers.”

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