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Network monitoring expert continues on growth course Nuremberg, January 19, 2011 Paessler AG, manufacturer of network monitoring solution PRTG network monitor, a successful year 2010 looks back on. The internationally active companies recorded a sales growth expected to be 60 percent. In particular the forced sales through the channel, the consistent use of technological developments through the software and the new license model of PRTG 8 contributed to this result. Among the successful performance in a major comparison test, as well as numerous positive product reviews by independent professionals confirmed the excellent performance of the software. In 2010, the number of installations of PRTG in the enterprise sector rose sharply in the range of 1000 to 5000 sensors to more than 50 percent.

This development confirms that the Paessler Software with new features such as the failover cluster and the remote probes (for the monitoring of distributed sites) for this target group is even more attractive. Germany as a Home market is the second largest market for Paessler of many impulses go out after the United States. United Kingdom is in third place. The software manufacturer in France, the Benelux countries, Russia and Asia sees great potential. Due to the rising international demand PRTG is available Spanish and Japanese now in English, German, French. Other language versions are in preparation. To meet the increased demand, Paessler has increased its workforce in the last twelve months at Nuremberg location by around 50 percent.

Especially experts in software development and sales specialists to strengthen the team of Paessler AG. The indirect sales to 50 percent has increased channel sales as the driving force of sales in the last two years. A total of monitoring expert realized today more than 30 percent of its sales through the channel. In Germany, there are even less than 40 percent of the total. Plans for 2011 Paessler, share this through close cooperation with partners continue to increase.