eTelemetry Releases First Network Appliance

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<strong>Annapolis, Md. &mdash; Oct. 16</strong><br />eTelemetry Inc. has announced the general release of MetronEBA, the first network appliance to deliver real-time social network analysis (SNA) to the enterprise. <br /><br />MetronEBA provides a top-down view of how an organization operates (the informal organization) for the discovery of informal collaborative groups, key connectors and thought leaders.<br /><br />MetronEBA is built on eTelemetry&#39;s patented people-to-IP technology that identifies the person by name and location in the organization via a plug-and-play network appliance. <br />MetronEBA maps organizational collaboration in real time and historically, enabling optimized collaboration by identifying silos and eliminating bottlenecks. <br /><br />It also performs differential analysis on social networks from an easy-to-use, executive-level dashboard and automatically collects SNA data in real time or can export the SNA data to third-party SNA tools.<br /><br />IT managers and business executives can leverage the MetronEBA capabilities to identify collaboration between individuals and departments, discover key connectors within the organization and measure the effectiveness of business process reengineering (BPR).<br /><br />”MetronEBA is the next step in leveraging our core technology to provide business intelligence from the network” CTO Alan Schunemann said. “The information MetronEBA provides executives is revolutionary for enterprise visibility.”

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