Princeton, NJ - July 23, 2015 - TCPWave, Inc. (www.tcpwave.com), the leading IP Address Management software provider for the next generation Cloud Computing Enterprises, announced improved IP Address Management solution with a network scanner. Available in the latest version of TCPWave IPAM 11.5, our TSCAN engine discovers your entire network starting from the backbone and collects all it’s information in one place, helping to make better sense of your IT environment availability data., this new scanner is FREE add-on to our existing customers.
TCPWave IPAM is a comprehensive solution that manages DNS, DHCP and NTP protocols with intelligence. The software is provided to end users as a Dell OEM product. It has a seamless integration capability to automatically sync up with the Cloud Orchestration software that enterprises use. It runs as an independent application with built in intelligence for disaster recovery. It provides excellent overview of your network topology and brings a value add with its scalability features. Because TCPWave IPAM uses modern Java and RESTAPI methods, it is far superior compared to other alternatives that have been developed over a decade ago using legacy development tools.
‘DNS management in hybrid clouds is becoming increasingly popular with TCPWave’s user base,” said Eric Wagner, VP of Marketing and Products for TCPWave.“Our updated TCPWave TSCAN delivers hybrid cloud integration and monitors the up/down statistics of each cloud node at a reduced cost, while also managing your core network infrastructure services.”
Companies on the Move(August 7, 2013) - PrincetonInfo
TCPWave, 600 Alexander Road, Suite 1-5, Princeton 08540; 917-767-222; fax, 480-287-8050. Eric Wagner, VP sales and marketing. www.tcpwave.com.
TCPWave, a three-year-old company that builds customized server and router systems for Fortune 500 companies, has moved into an office on Alexander Road.
TCPWave marketing VP Eric Wagner said the company sets up servers with software and operating systems so that large corporations can add the machines to their data centers with little setup. Wagner said the devices are designed with security in mind. In particular, they are meant to resist a popular form of hacking called a distributed denial of service attack.
The company was founded three years ago in Aston, Pennsylvania. They moved to Princeton last year and opened their Alexander Road office in June, with five employees. They also have a similar-sized operation in India.
Wagner said the company maintains an office in India so that they can provide 24-hour customer support. The Princeton office handles calls during the day and the Indian team takes over at night.
The Princeton location is ideal, Wagner said, because it is close to many of TCPWave’s clients in New York City, Washington and Philadelphia. Those clients include large banks and telecom companies.
Wagner said TCPWave will double its staff in the near future because of new business. .We are in an exciting field with high growth and high demand. We got in a little ahead of the game before it was popular,. Wagner said.