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Polycom Partners With AppNeta

February 06, 2013

Everyone needs outside help sometimes. In this case, Polycom (News - Alert) needed to enhance the performance management for its UC applications, and got what it needed from AppNeta, a provider of cloud-delivered performance management services.. The twosome have partnered together so that Polycom clients will receive end-to-end visibility into application performance from AppNeta.

AppNeta is known for its cloud delivered services for increased visibility across networks and applications, most commonly used for IT performance management. Its PathView Cloud provides organizations with proactive monitoring for their IP networks. With it in place, they can ensure that any new applications work admirably and that the user gets the best experience possible.

Thanks to Polycom’s partnership with AppNeta, now Polycom’s customers will have access to the PathView Cloud. This will allow its customers to get high quality assurance, as well as much more easily management the overall end user experience for voice and video applications. As such, everyone can ensure that their applications of choice are working at optimal efficiency and there aren’t any bugs or problems that would slow down the network. After all, when the network and applications are working at optimal efficiency, so do employees.

“We’re delighted to expand our alliance with AppNeta, which furthers our commitment to ensuring that our clients’ IP networks are successfully delivering UC&C,” said Sudhakar Ramakrishna, Polycom’s president of Products and Services, in a statement. “Together, we’re delivering UC&C solutions that power richer conversations and higher productivity, transforming lives and businesses in the process.”

The performance management solutions from AppNeta are great for getting an inside look at an application’s performance and Polycom wants to ensure its users get the best performance out of its applications. As such, the two make a great combination. Polycom and its customers should be pleased with the results, as it will provide visibility like never before in order to assure the best performance possible for software and workers alike.

Edited by Jamie Epstein

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