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Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi implements Packeteer for IP traffic management

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Japan's Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi has deployed California-based Packeteer's application traffic management system, PacketShaper, to monitor and control IP network traffic between its data centre and 300 branches.

PacketShaper monitors, controls and accelerates application performance over the WAN and the Internet.

The bank has installed more than 50 Packetshaper units as part of a complete network redesign and is using product to monitor the performance of ATMs, videoconferencing systems and business applications across the branches.

Takashi Aida, system division assistant manager, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, says the product provides bandwidth protection for important core network data and ensures efficient communication.

Packeteer says the deal illustrates the value of the product to the financial services industry, where visibility into and control over WAN traffic is vital.

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