York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
The York Hospital NHS Foundation Trust was established on 1 April 2007, and renamed York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in 2010, following its links with Hull York Medical School (HYMS).
On 1 April 2021 the trust changed its name to York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The name was chosen to better reflect the geographical area covered by the trust and to be more inclusive of all staff. York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been a valued Triplecomm customer since 2020 using Scrutinizer to monitor it’s corporate network.
BNP Paribas S.A. is a French international banking group, the leading European bank in terms of business and profitability, with US$3000 billions assets as of September 2021 and the 7th largest international banking group as of October 2021, present in 68 countries.
Born in 2000 from the merger between Banque Nationale de Paris and Paribas. With almost 193,000 employees as of July 2021, the bank is organized into 3 major business areas: Retail Banking (RB), Investment & Protection Services (IPS) and Corporate & Institutional Banking (CIB). BNP Paribas is the largest French banking group and the largest bank in the Eurozone. It is one of the five largest banks in the world.
BNP Paribas has been a valued Triplecomm customer since 2007 using Statseeker and Scrutinizer to monitor it’s corporate EMEA network.
Western Power Distribution
Western Power Distribution is the trading identity of four electricity distribution companies in the United Kingdom: WPD South West , WPD South Wales and WPD Midlands (two companies, in the East Midlands and West Midlands). Each company is the distribution network operator for its respective region. Western Power Distribution, which has headquarters in Bristol, serves approximately 7.7 million customers in its combined distribution areas.
Western Power Distribution has been a valued Triplecomm customer since 2018 using Scrutinizer to monitor it’s corporate network.
Flintshire County Council
Flintshire County Council a Welsh Unitary Authority manages and supports a County wide network that extends to 140 locations including Council Offices, Education facilities and Public access sites such as Libraries and Community Centres. Network support staff from the Council required a network monitoring tool that could monitor the performance of the network down to port level. It was essential that the monitoring tool was easy to deploy, manage, maintain and use.
Statseeker provides, amongst others, real-time alerts for equipment down-time, statistical information of service up-time and network utilisation across all links and network ports.
Using Statseeker has enabled the Council to accurately plan for future expansion of the network, assess network performance and to implement new technologies running over the network without affecting the performance of existing systems.
Prior to the installation of Statseeker, the College had used various applications to monitor the network and gather traffic statistics. Statseeker is now the primary monitoring and statistical tool for the College network. As well as alerting us to problems in real-time, it provides us with statistics on service up-time and network traffic levels across the LAN, I.E. every port on every switch and every interface on every router that, prior to its installation, we simply couldn’t get. It has proved very reliable, easy to configure and simple to use, yet has given us more functionality than the collection of applications we had been using.
University of York
The University of York, founded in 1963, has more than 10,000 students, 2800 staff, and over 30 academic departments and research centres on two campuses.
The University network plays a key role in teaching, research,and administration, and the Computing Service use a number of tools to monitor and manage it. Scrutinizer brings much of this functionality together in one package, making it easier to identify trends, and in some cases calling attention to subtleties that might otherwise not be immediately noticed. Its “blanket coverage” not only makes it easer to answer the question “what just happened”, but highlights areas needing attention before they become urgent.