InfoVista recently announced its partnership with Cyta, a communications service provider, to improve its IP and Ethernet performance management capabilities. InfoVista’s platform ensures the delivery of top-notch VPN services that comply with service level agreements.
VistaInsight for Networks has remained in a position as an essential tool for Cyta through many product expansions to make room for new technologies and services as well as exponential growth in number of customers. InfoVista’s proactive network performance management solution allows the operator to perform many essential tasks such as delivery sophisticated service-level reporting custom to each individual customer’s specific needs, monitor both the present and future use of resources, as well as allow early warnings on potential performance degradation. These features are beneficial to both the customer and the company.
Cyta has the ability to improve each customer’s overall experience, which will therefore increase revenue with high-value customers and continue to expand business. VistaInsight for Networks enables capacity monitoring and planning capabilities, which in turn gives Cyta the actionable intelligence necessary to create excellently timed network investments while simultaneously ensuring that quality of service and quality of experience are not compromised.
More recently, Cyta has expanded its troubleshooting abilities with new 5View NetFlow as well as 5View Service Data Manager – hand in hand with InfoVista solutions, the network engineering and operating teams have unmatched insight into the performance of applications. They can monitor the detailed flow metrics and analyze usage of data in order to better comprehend how applications are used throughout the network, effectively address issues with performance, and decrease greatly the potential for costly outages.
The joining of these two prominent names in technology will deliver increased performance for customers as well as an easier administration and notable growth for the companies.
Edited by Alisen Downey