Endace does business with:
- 3 of the top 5 telcos in the USA
- 5 of the top 10 global telcos
- Top US and European intelligence agencies
- 5 of the top 10 commercial banks in the USA
- 2 of the 3 largest exchanges in the world
- 4 of the top 5 diversified financials globally
- 4 of the top 10 Fortune 500 organizations
Born in New Zealand back in 2001, Endace has become famous for consistently delivering accurate and scalable network visibility and intelligent network recording products. In a little over ten years, the company has grown from a university research project in New Zealand into a global company servicing some of the largest organizations, running some of the most complex networks on the planet.
Over the past ten years our products have found favor with some of the largest and most complex organizations in the world for one primary reason – they deliver, where competitor products fail. Whether it’s accuracy of capture, fidelity of timestamps, write-to-disk performance or speed of traffic retrieval, Endace is famous for delivering the very best products. Telcos, broadcasters, government agencies, investment banks and large enterprises trust our products to help them manage their critical data networks.
With 10 Gbps networking now the industry standard, and with the network playing an ever more significant role in bringing customers, staff, and other stakeholders together, the performance, integrity and quality of the network matters more than ever. Organizations that depend on their networks for business continuity have an absolute requirement for network visibility solutions that help them manage, maintain, troubleshoot, protect, and guarantee every aspect of end-to-end IT service delivery.
Our business is driven by our customers’ demands for better visibility into faster and more complex IT environments. As any seasoned network professional will attest, visibility into real 10 Gbps environments can only be delivered with purpose-built hardware, which we have been developing tirelessly since 2001. As networks get faster and more loaded, so our value and competitive differentiation grows.
Endace started life as an academic research project at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand. Over the course of more than 10 years the company has transitioned from being a manufacturer of purpose built packet capture cards into a supplier of complete network visibility and recording solutions suitable for use in the world’s most demanding network environments. The company was listed on the London Stock Exchange in 2005 and then delisted in 2013 when it was acquired by Emulex to broaden their Ethernet and Fiber Channel product portfolio and expand their total addressable market.
Learn more about Endace’s history of innovation.
Why organizations choose us
Our customers use our products to help solve a wide range of different problems and challenges – from network security forensics to application performance troubleshooting and fault diagnostics. Our portfolio includes:
- DAG cards
- Intelligent Network Recorders
- Open Application Hosts
- NetFlow Generators
- Network visibility headends
When organizations buy our products they buy the confidence that all of the network traffic will be captured, analyzed, stored or sent to wherever it needs to go. For network forensics, diagnostics the knowledge that you’ve got every packet captured, indexed, and written to disk is a huge advantage and allows the IT teams responsible for maintaining and protecting the network to work fast and effectively when the chips are down.
Our Intelligent Network Recorders help organizations to:
- Reduce mean-time-to-resolution (MTTR) on all kinds of network events. Engineers can be connected to a 100% accurate source of packets from anywhere across the network in a few clicks using EndaceVision
- Reduce the risk of missing important network events by ensuring every network monitoring and analysis application sees a 100% accurate feed of network traffic regardless of line rate
- Improve productivity of analysts and engineers by empowering them to investigate more issues in less time through better access to network traffic
- Reduce OPEX / CAPEX by consolidating system hardware – allowing multiple applications (custom, open-source, or commercial third-party) to reside on the same system, sharing and leveraging the same source of 100% accurate traffic
- Reduce time-to-value on new applications by deploying software-only images of tools onto proven, predictable, and trusted capture hardware
- Meet compliance requirements faster and more easily through a truly integrated infrastructure approach to network security and performance management
- Unlock latent investment value in infrastructure projects through better visibility into bottlenecks, roadblocks, and other performance-impacting problems.