Neon Software has revved CyberGauge, their cross-platform Internet bandwidth measurement application, to version 3.2.
MacTech magazine, the update offers enhanced SMTP server alert compatibility, QoS report enhancements, and (though Mac users won’t care) reduced CPU utilization for Windows users.
The free 3.2 updater for owners of CyberGauge 3.x is available from the
product Web site. The app is priced at US$295, $495 and $695 for the five, 10 and 20 device versions respectively. The new Multi-Station version configurations query up to 60 devices for $1,500, or up to 100 devices for $2,100.
CyberGauge for the Mac OS and Windows 95/98/NT/2000 platforms is available directly from Neon Software.