NetCrunch 4.3 Network Monitor Optimizes Event Database Access

With AdRem NetCrunch 4.3, network administrators can easily browse larger event-log data sets generated by enterprise networks

New York, NY, Jan. 23, 2007 -- AdRem Software announced NetCrunch 4.3, the newest version of its flagship network monitoring software. The newest version of NetCrunch supports browsing larger event log data sets, combines redundant event notifications coming from different sources into one event, and optimizes access to event database.

NetCrunch is designed to ensure high-level network/systems performance and availability across major network platforms (Windows, Linux/Unix, and NetWare) and SNMP devices. For a complete list of NetCrunch features, see

Pricing, Licensing, and Availability

NetCrunch 4.3 is a free upgrade for all NetCrunch 4.x users. NetCrunch 4.3 ships in two versions: Premium and Premium XE. The pricing of NetCrunch Premium XE edition starts at $4,995, and the Premium at $3,395 (both editions include a one-year professional service agreement). Volume, educational, and government discounts are available. NetCrunch is licensed per monitoring workstation, entitling the user to monitor an unlimited number of network hosts. NetCrunch 4.3 is available through direct sales force at or AdRem Software channel partners.

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