June 28, 2010 in Networks and FTP (E)
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - nova media today unveiled Traffic2Net for Macintosh. Traffic2Net is a universal statistics manager to keep track of time and data usage of mobile Internet connections. Traffic2Net displays connection details of 2G and 3G connections in one clearly arranged window. The connection details include the time online, up- and download volume, average data throughput, peek speeds, and even the IP address and interface used. Data usage and time online of the current connection are conveniently visible in the menu bar of Mac OS X.
"Hardly any connection manager for Mac OS X includes a fully developed statistics manager. And the built-in connection means of Mac OS X have no statistics at all." states Jan Fuellemann, PR spokesperson at nova media. "So Traffic2Net is a boon for every Mac user who is using mobile online connections."
Traffic2Net allows you to set session and period limits for your connections. This way, you can have a warning displayed on the screen whenever a limit has been reached. A very helpful feature to avoid any additional payments caused by overstepping a data plan's limits. Traffic2Net is completely independent from any connection manager, so you can use it regardless of the way you establish a mobile Internet connection. The software works with most 2G and 3G modems available worldwide.
Pricing and availability:
Traffic2Net is available today for download at nova media's website. The price is Euro 14.95 ($14.95 USD for residents within the USA and Canada). Traffic2Net requires a Macintosh computer running Mac OS X 10.5.x or 10.6.x. A 30 day trial version of Traffic2Net is available for download as well.
The founders of "nova media Mobile Data Solutions GmbH" started their business in 1996 in Berlin. The company specializes on mobile data solutions for Mac OS X. More information at their website or phone 49 30 3909040. Copyright 1996-2010 nova media Mobile Data Solutions GmbH. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and OS X are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.