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Concord supplies eHealth to US Customs Service.

TELECOMWORLDWIRE-3 March 2003-Concord supplies eHealth to US Customs Service(C)1994-2003 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD

Internet infrastructure management company Concord Communications Inc has had its eHealth Suite selected by the US Customs Service Office of Information and Technology.

The US Customs Service will use eHealth to monitor network traffic and detect any potential IT failures before they have an effect on performance. The solution also provides engineers with a graphical view of overall network performance, through which they can identify problems, monitor bandwidth usage, gauge traffic volumes and track performance averages.

The cost of the implementation was not disclosed.

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Date:Mar 3, 2003
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