Browsing posts tagged with: PathTest

Testing the new public #SFWiFi with PathTest
October 20, 2014 by

Network Performance Management, Performance Management Tech

The City of San Francisco recently launched free #SFWiFi service in 32 of the city’s public spaces thanks to a grant from Google. Coincidentally, the day it launched, I made a move from Boston to San Francisco and found a handful of these spaces to be close to my new neighborhood. I set out with
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New FREE iOS App for Network Performance
March 12, 2013 by

Network Performance Management, Performance Management Tech

Attention all iPhone and iPad users – you can now get network performance data from your iPhone and iPad! AppNeta’s new PathTest iOS app gives you easy access from your mobile device so you can assess, monitor and troubleshoot your network performance from anywhere in just seconds. PathTest iOS for iPad and iPhone can be easily downloaded for free in the App
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PathTest on the Road – Testing Network Capacity in Madrid
June 7, 2012 by

Case Studies

This is my third geeky post during my ’Impulsive Traveling 2012: Spain & Germany.’ I have been running a session of PathTest whenever I have WiFi connection! I am feeling very excited about finally starting my real traveling. I arrived in Madrid very late but getting through customs was super efficient. It also helped a lot
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PathTest on the Road – Testing Network Capacity in Frankfurt
June 1, 2012 by

Case Studies

Wi-Fi connections have become a traveling must-have. But it is very frustrating when the connections don’t work! While on a vacation in Europe, an AppNeta developer used PathTest, AppNeta’s free network capacity testing tool, to check the WiFi performance from common travel locations such as airports and hotels.  Follow this blog series as we track this
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Hey, How Much Bandwidth!? I’m Paying For Twice the Bandwidth I’m Getting!
March 3, 2012 by

Case Studies

As a network engineer for a global financial services organization, I know I am not alone in my daily concerns about network connection speed and performance.  Our concerns are all underscored by questions such as: ‘How much bandwidth are we getting?’ ‘What are we paying our ISP monthly again?’ ‘How are my end users using
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