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8-second rule

Research has indicated that if users have to wait longer than eight seconds to download a Web page, they will go elsewhere. See information overload.
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World Network Performance Monitoring and Management Solutions Market for Enterprises
NetworkIT optimizes network performance and availability by monitoring network performance from the end-user and system perspectives.
The 2006 Global Award for Product Differentiation Innovation names InfoVista as the market leader in this award category for the network performance management and monitoring market.
North American Network Performance Monitoring and Management Solutions Market for Enterprises
The new offerings include: a major version update to Orion Network Performance Monitor (Orion), and Orion NetFlow Traffic Analyzer (NetFlow Traffic Analyzer), a new module in the Orion product line.
1 is the only network performance software specifically designed to help experts and non-experts alike in solving converged network challenges throughout the life cycle of deployed services.
In answer to greater usage by engineering, management and operations within IT groups and increased customer demand, NetQoS has launched a new version of the NetQoS Performance Center to help establish it as the main network performance management platform within IT.
Session Number and Title: Session 503 - "Best Laid Plans: Enterprise Network Performance Case Studies and Lessons Learned"
With the addition of the Internap FCP, which analyzes traffic on our network, SoftLayer has greatly increased network performance while significantly reducing the need for human intervention," said Ric Moseley, Vice President of Engineering at SoftLayer.
QoSmetrics, an award-winning leading provider of network performance assurance solutions for triple play networks, today announced the availability of two new hardware probes, the NetWarrior 200 (NW200) and NetWarrior 101 (NW101).
The many-layered, information views combine the best top-down information from Cisco NetFlow data with the detailed, bottom-up data of Orion's Network Performance Monitor.
The company needed an end-to-end solution that would provide a detailed view into network performance so that it could extend the visibility of SLAs to their customers, as well as greater flexibility to build customized reports due to the mix of legacy and IP networks.
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