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SOLERA UNVEILS OPEN SOURCE LICENCE FOR DATAECHO SOFTWARE.

Solera Networks, Inc., the technology leader in network packet record and playback appliances, Lindon, Utah, has announced that source code for DataEcho, a web session reconstruction application, will be made available under the GNU General Public License.

The company has established a community website at http://sourceforge.net/projects/data-echo. Source code and Windows installers are available for download now.

DataEcho reconstructs historical web browsing and email traffic from captured network packets, for monitoring insider security threats and policy compliance. It is a useful adjunct to network protocol analyzers such as Sniffer(TM) or WireShark.

"Releasing this application under the GPL allows Solera Networks to focus on system level advances in network packet capture and storage: our core competencies. Applications such as DataEcho demonstrate why we believe packet recording and playback capability is such a critical component of every data center's infrastructure," said Terry Haas, president and CEO of Solera Networks. "We look forward to future enhancements to DataEcho."

Loris Degioanni, Co-Founder and CTO of CACE Technologies said "I'm impressed by DataEcho's capabilities and its intuitiveness. Its ability to reconstruct TCP sessions and organize them in a nice user interface makes it useful in a number of different situations. DataEcho will be a great addition to CACE Technologies' Network Toolkit."

About CACE Technologies

CACE Technologies is an innovative and dynamic company specialized in low-level networking solutions. Experts in Windows and Linux device driver and network monitoring tools development, CACE's core engineering team includes the developers of Wireshark and WinPcap, the premier open source tools for packet capture and protocol analysis.

For more information, visit http://www.cacetech.com.

About Solera Networks

Solera Networks is a privately-held company which provides scalable network packet record and playback solutions designed to improve the quantity and quality of network data used for mission-critical performance analysis, security, and forensics. Complete visibility from Solera Networks will speed diagnostics, provide accurate audits of all traffic flows, archive network knowledge for event correlation, and enable reconstruction of historic events with full data integrity. The rack-mountable Solera DS Series appliances are available in several configurations, differing in bandwidth and storage capacity.

For more information, visit http://www.soleranetworks.com or call 801/623-5712.
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