The fact that 74 per cent of world’s largest companies use Packetshaper is the best testimonial to the technology that allows you to fix WAN and Internet performance problems, control bandwidth utilization and application performance. It also enables you to ensure true QoS for mission – critical service. In fact, it is the only all-in-one solution for extending monitoring, shaping, acceleration and compression as well as for centralized reporting and management across the distributed enterprise. A glance at how it performs these all.Performance enhancement across the WANMaking an end to endless cycle of bandwidth upgrades, packetshaper maximizes application thoroughput across the existing network infrastructure. It is capable of providing you with the leverage to do more in less time while experiencing fewer performance-related complaints and enjoying higher quality of service.Traffic monitoringPacketshaper identifies and controls common traffic. This includes CIFS, VoIP, CRM, Web and P2P. It also tracks Microsoft’s underlying CIFS changes in R2. All these produce gainful result through accurate classification, monitoring and shaping of additional traffic loads. Thus, it takes you one step ahead of consolidating servers from remote sites to centralized data centres.Ensuring true QoS of IP and VoIPIP technology and Voice/Video over IP implementation differs between an organization and and its employees, which impact each network in a new way. Guaranteed bandwidth and QoS as well as fitting more calls onto a limited WAN resource lead to successful deployment. In this regard, PacketShaper is capable of effectively managing critical IPT protocols, delivering WAN capacity and true QoS functionality. In this way, it ensures the highest quality end-to-end communication for each and every call.Ensuring smooth function of MPLS PromiseFor connecting distributed locations, MPLS and IP VPNs are useful. However, realization of benefits is not possible if applications are oversubscribed, and traffic stalls in bottlenecks and critical applications are assigned to best-effort classes. PacketShaper assesses performance and identify as well as mark application traffic with special handling needs so that traffic can move smoothly to the enterprise edge. Thus, it makes good on the MPLS promise.