Ipswitch, Inc. Lands Network Monitoring Deal with U.S. Postal Service
Ipswitch WhatsUp to Be Installed in 180 Mail Processing and Distribution Centers
Lexington, Mass. – February 15, 2005 – Ipswitch, Inc., the leading developer of network management, messaging and file transfer solutions for small and medium businesses, today announced that the United States Postal Service (USPS) has purchased Ipswitch WhatsUp® for deployment in 180 mail processing and distribution centers across the U.S. The USPS plans to roll out Ipswitch WhatsUp in April. The network monitoring solution will ensure more efficient service in delivering 206 billion pieces annually.
“We are extremely pleased to have been chosen as the network monitoring solution for the USPS,” said Alex Neihaus, vice president of marketing at Ipswitch. “Ipswitch WhatsUp is a great fit for the USPS. Ipswitch WhatsUp provides the reliable, secure monitoring necessary for a complex organization with heavy network traffic and evolving customer demands.”
Ipswitch WhatsUp delivers a comprehensive network monitoring solution that is easy to implement, requires little to no ongoing administrative effort, and provides deep network monitoring and visualization capabilities.
About Ipswitch, Inc.
Ipswitch develops and markets software that works for small and medium businesses worldwide. More than 100 million people use Ipswitch software every day to collaborate via Ipswitch Collaboration Suite, monitor their networks with Ipswitch WhatsUp ®, and transfer files over the Internet using the market leading Ipswitch WS_FTP ® Professional client and Ipswitch WS_FTP Server. Ipswitch values community involvement. Visit icare.Ipswitch.com to find out how to become involved. For product and sales information, write to or visit http://www.ipswitch.com.
ICS, WS_FTP and WhatsUp are registered trademarks of Ipswitch, Inc. All other product names are property of their respective owners.