Adds Virtualization and Wi-Fi Enhancements
PerfTech announces a major upgrade, Version 4, of its Bulletin System in-browser messaging product. Bulletin System currently delivers more ISP communications to more devices in North America than any other in-browser communications product. Version 4 offers significant increases in:
· capacity and performance
· Wi-Fi network capabilities
Capacity and Performance
As mergers and acquisitions result in bigger and bigger networks, capacity and performance become key factors in tools designed for managing networks and, in the case of PerfTech, in reaching subscriber populations for in-browser message delivery. Read more...
As the debate vis-à-vis responsibility to stop copyright piracy across operator networks plays out, many ISPs are re-assessing their notification policies with a goal to better manage the process.
Many ISPs in North American use the PerfTech Bulletin System platform to deliver in-browser, DMCA notices to offending subscribers. ISPs prefer this system because it verifies each in-browser notice delivery with a logged time-stamp and logs the subscriber response, providing needed acknowledgement data.
Since each ISP uses the PerfTech platform in an individual way--creating their own notification content, action options, and schedule--varying results are produced. However, each generates statistics that showcase the effectiveness of Bulletin System for this application. Included here are results from 3 separate ISP customer profiles: a top-tier ISP, a mid-size ISP, and a small ISP. Read more...
For a second time in a top Canadian ISP, PerfTech is working with the Canadian Centre for Child Protection to block Internet access from within an ISP’s network to illegal URLs, in accordance with the Government of Canada’s National Strategy for the Protection of Children from Sexual Exploitation on the Internet adopted in May 2004. For approximately the past three years, PerfTech has been and continues to provide Cleanfeed filtering to another one of Canada’s prominent ISPs as well. Read more...