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Plixer to hold a “Benefits of Cisco AVC Exports” Webcast

KENNEBUNK, ME – March 21, 2015 – Plixer International, a leading network incident response and flow forensics company, announced today that they will be presenting a webcast with Karthik Dakshinamoorthy, Product Manager at Cisco Systems.
The topic is Cisco’s AVC technology and its related NetFlow and IPFIX exports. The date is Thursday, April 2nd, 2015 at 1PM EDT. Topics covered include why one should have a Cisco AVC enabled network, why one would want to configure Cisco AVC and NBAR2 on their existing Cisco hardware, and how they will benefit when it is enabled on their network. Additionally, it will discuss what reports will be shown at CiscoLive in San Diego this June.

“Cisco’s AVC exports provide users with a wide range of benefits. From application details to root-cause analysis, Cisco AVC provides the details that most network admins want,” says Michael Patterson, Co-founder and Product Manager at Plixer International. “This presentation will show several reports that are useful for troubleshooting application performance issues. Most IT professionals aren’t even aware of what is possible with Cisco AVC. The content covered in this webcast will open their eyes to what is possible today with AVC and its NetFlow and IPFIX exports.”

Included will be some great information on how to discover the exact location of the problem, be it the application, server, or network itself. It will also help you understand where the issues are in your VoIP network and how you can quickly isolate down to the link introducing problem. With AVC flow exports, packet analyzers are becoming an absolute last resort.

To signup for the webcast, visit:

About Plixer

Plixer International, Inc. is a leading threat detection and flow forensics provider focused at engineering the incident response system for uncovering unwanted communication behaviors. Rather than depending on packet signatures, their strategy uncovers unwanted communications by leveraging NetFlow, IPFIX, sFlow and other derivatives. The company was built by network and system engineers who understand the need for scalable distributed collection solutions that meet the dynamic demands of security and network professionals. Customers include CNN, The Coca-Cola Company, Lockheed Martin, IBM, Regal Cinemas, Raytheon, and Eddie Bauer. To learn more, please visit


Published in Press Releases 2015