The International Herald Tribune, or IHT, a newspaper company, has selected Mazu Profiler, an application performance management system based on network behavior analysis, from Mazu Networks.
Through Mazu Profiler, the IHT is expected to gain the visibility needed to ensure uninterrupted service between key news hubs in Paris, Hong Kong and London, in addition to the extended bureau network.
Paul Brady, CEO of Mazu Networks, said: In a deadline-driven industry like the newspaper business, it is critical for all the correspondents, regardless of location, to be able to deliver the time-sensitive daily news needed to fill the pages of the IHT. Mazu Profiler allows network and security to provide proactive service assurance, faster problem resolution and more effective WAN management to improve the performance and availability of business services.
Christophe Duprat, IT director of IHT, said: Within two weeks of deploying Mazu Profiler, we were able to get an accurate picture of network usage patterns for every location. We were able to reduce telecom costs, develop an effective capacity plan going forward and even provide input to developers to help them optimize their applications for our WAN environment.