Network management firm Ipswitch has released a new upgrade to its key product, WhatsUp Gold.
The US company's latest version of its software ensures it can integrate with Meru and Ruckus wireless networks, as well as Cisco wireless access points and Cisco Nexus network switches.
The product is used to monitor networks, servers, VOIP, applications and wireless devices from a single dashboard, and is targeted at companies too small or large for solutions from competitors including IBM, CA Technologies and HP.
Ipswitch says its software discovers and maps the IT infrastructure of a business, rapidly isolating the root cause of complex issues, as well as customising an IT environment and creating action policies for automatic repairs.
Matt Cline, senior systems administrator at Optim Healthcare, said: "The latest version of WhatsUp Gold will give me more visibility into my network and improve wireless network management.
"It will also help further address the challenges caused by employees who bring their own devices to work or chew bandwidth with streaming media."
Ennio Carboni, president of the Ipswitch network management division, added: "The latest version of WhatsUp Gold further extends its value by adding wireless and other features our customers need."