It's easy to take a deep dive into the tech end of the network performance pool, but what does it all really mean for the end-users? Ping times, collisions, congestion, jitter, latency: Do any of them make a difference when someone is waiting for their accounting application to respond?
Join us at 3 p.m. EST on Tuesday, March 3, for Interop Radio: An End-User Look at Network Performance.
Our guests for this episode know what matters in network performance -- and why.
Panagiotis Vouzis and Panickos Neophytou of NetBeez have developed tools that monitor network performance from the end-user perspective and give network admins insight on which aspects of the network matter to the people behind the keyboards. NetBeez is part of this year's InteropNet. We'll talk with Panagiotis and Panickos about which components of network performance matter the most and why an end-user perspective can be a critical tool in network management.
Panos Vouzis, cofounder and COO of NetBeez holds an MS in computer engineering and informatics from the University of Patras in Greece, as well as a PhD from Lehigh University. He holds one patent in Greece and one in the US. Panos developed parallel computing algorithms at Carnegie Mellon University before cofounding NetBeez. He is in charge of operations and of developing the perfect "Beez."
Panickos Neophytou, cofounder and CTO of NetBeez, earned his PhD in computer science from the University of Pittsburgh. He has been building distributed data-stream processing and data management systems for over ten years. Panickos is the system architect and technical driving force behind the development of NetBeez.
Join us at 3 p.m. EST on Tuesday, March 3, for Interop Radio: An End-User Look at Network Performance. Your network users will thank you for investing the time!
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