Issue ... April 21th, 2004
Announcing The All-New
IAM-6... 7 Ways The IAM-6 Protects Your Network
Better... Get 50% Off Your IAM-6 upgrade... Prevent Equipment Damage
From Low Voltage... 4 Key IAM-6 Tools for Your Arsenal... UTC Telecom
Announcing the All-New, Completely Improved IAM-6: Faster Polling, Faster Alarm Processing, Faster Notification
would you like a chance to see the future of network monitoring technology
before anyone else in the industry? You can be among the first to
get the full specs on the next generation of network monitoring —
the all-new, completely improved IAM-6.
|Bob Berry, President & CEO
The new IAM-6 delivers speed, power, and reliability, with an all-modern,
PCI motherboard architecture, a new Intel Pentium processor, and
115200-baud high speed serial cards. Altogether, the IAM-6 is 2–6
times faster than the IAM-5, for more responsive alarm polling and
a more accurate, up-to-the-second picture of your network.
That's just the start. There's five other key IAM-6 improvements
that you need to know about — improvements that will protect your
network more effectively, give you easier access to alarm data,
and help you integrate more of your network on a common IAM-6 platform.
In fact, there's too much that's new about the IAM-6 for me to
tell you all about it here. So I'm preparing a sneak peek at the IAM-6 titled, "The IAM-6:
Specifications and Technical Overview." This report has the full
specifications, performance benchmarks, and new monitoring applications
for the next-generation IAM-6.
Register for this white paper now, and be the first to see this sneak peek at the IAM-6 as soon as it's released ...
Telecom at the UTC Expo, May 16–19 in Nashville, Tenn
invited to join DPS Telecom at the UTC Expo, hosted by the United
Telecom Council, May 16–19 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention
Center in Nashville, Tenn. This is your chance to see the newest
developments in network reliability management, like the IAM-6,
the NetGuardian 216 and 480, and the Critical Alarm Enunciator
be in Booth 307 — see you there!
more UTC Expo information ...