By Christopher Cullan, Product Marketing Manager, Business Services Solutions, InfoVista At InfoVista, we realize that when enterprises encounter IT problems, they typically don’t look at them from an infrastructure point of view. Instead, they see the immediate problem being an application that is sluggish or inefficient, and they want to get directly to the root [...]
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InfoVista Bolsters Application Visibility with 5View Service Data Manager, Demos Live at Management World in Nice
By Christopher Cullan, Product Marketing Manager, Business Services Solutions, InfoVista The increasing complexity of technology environments is placing a constant pressure on enterprises to achieve more results and greater agility with fewer resources. As a result, they are looking to their communications service providers (CSPs) for ways to improve their IT agility in order to [...]
By Juan Prieto, Product Marketing Manager, Mobile Solutions, InfoVista Today’s mobile operators face a great many challenges when it comes to IP and Ethernet backhaul assurance. This is often the result of using multiple, vendor- and technology-specific network management systems that only provide partial visibility of the health and performance of the new network and [...]
InfoVista Rated as a ‘Strong Value’ for Large Enterprise and CSP Deployment in EMA’s Application Network Performance Management (ANPM) Radar Report
By Chris Waters, Business Analyst, InfoVista On April 1, 2013, Enterprise Management Associates’ analyst Jim Frey hosted a webinar in support of the recent findings of the 2013 EMA Application Network Performance Management Radar Report. In preparation for the report, 50+ providers were invited to participate and highlight their solution(s) strengths. Of this group, only [...]
By Marc Lippe, Director, Worldwide Field and Corporate Marketing, InfoVista In this month’s round up of industry news, issues and updates, we feature the rise of public access small cell deployments, infrastructure trends discussed at Mobile World Congress, LTE drivers and the increase of global LTE traffic in 2013.