Shunra Announces Free Mobile Performance Analysis and Optimization Offerings for CIOs1
Shunra, a provider of Application Performance Engineering (APE) solutions for WAN, Web, Mobile and Cloud-based networks, announced free offerings to assist CIOs and corporate IT teams.
With these new offerings that include guidance for remediating application performance issues, CIOs can avoid the complexities that contribute to poor end user experience.
The Shunra Mobile Application Performance Test, a hosted service on the Shunra Web site, tests, scores and compares the performance of any two Web pages over 2.5G, 3G and 4G networks.
“The explosive growth of the mobile device market has created intense competitive pressure for businesses to deliver products and services across mobile networks, but they are finding the mobile environment markedly different from the typical broadband environment,” said Gene Litt, VP of product strategy for Shunra, in a statement.
The Mobile Application Performance Test delivers a detailed analysis in minutes. It offers customized optimization recommendations to improve performance, a tremendous value to businesses to make their Web sites more functional for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices.
According to Morgan Stanley, mobile Internet access will surpass PC-based access by 2014. But less than 20 percent of the Fortune 1000 has optimized their Web sites for mobile users.
In the rush to support mobile users, business often lack the time and tools required to determine how well their Web property will perform across different mobile networks.
The Shunra Mobile Application Performance Test offers a no-cost way to understand what type of performance their mobile end users are experiencing, and how to service those users over different kinds of networks.
Shunra recently announced ten new members of the Shunra’s Certified Consulting Partner Program. The new partners will enable the performance engineering user community to test and manage distributed application performance under real conditions before deployment.