DataPath, Inc. has now brought to the users of their MaxView® Enterprise™ network monitor and control software their ability to interact with this platform through their preferred language.
By leveraging an integrated version of the Google Translate service, MaxView Enterprise will display information through all web screens in each individual user’s choice of more than 100 languages.
At a time when networks are becoming increasingly complex and geographically dispersed, they are also becoming increasingly difficult to manage, especially in multi-lingual environments. MaxView Enterprise provides a single consolidated management tool for all network equipment, elements and service applications, enabling customers to manage their systems more efficiently and improve service availability with fewer resources. One of MaxView Enterprise’s key features is easy customization; each user can configure dashboards to display data in the manner most effective for their operations. The new translation capability is an extension of DataPath’s commitment to continually develop user-friendly and easily-configurable solutions for customers who monitor and control a wide range of network types.
MaxView is installed on more than 4,000 systems in 40 countries across all seven continents, with more than one million end-points under management. The integration of the Google Translate service with MaxView Enterprise enhances DataPath’s ability to support customers worldwide.
DataPath is exhibiting at IBC 2016 in Hall 1, Stand F56, and is offering personal demos of their MaxView Enterprise.
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