InfoVista, a global leader of proactive service assurance solutions, has reaffirmed its carrier Ethernet market leadership position within the wireless telecommunications industry.
The company said that it has also contributed to a new Metro Ethernet Forum (MEF (News - Alert)) white paper to further support the delivery of high performing business-class services and service provider revenue growth.
The company was the first service performance assurance vendor to join the MEF. And since 2006, the wireless telecommunications company has been committed to implementing MEF standards and recommendations within its market-leading network performance management and SLA reporting solutions.
More than 40 service providers have already successfully deployed InfoVista’s service performance assurance software to manage their Carrier Ethernet network and services
“Key to the success of Carrier Ethernet service providers that are delivering business-class services is their ability to provide differentiated and high-performing services and derive revenue from associated SLAs that comply with MEF specifications,” said Kevin Vachon, chief operating officer, MEF, in a statement.
Vachon added that the company is pleased to have InfoVista as a contributor to this new MEF white paper on the role of Carrier Ethernet in the delivery of private cloud services to enterprises. In addition, he thinks that it’s great to see that the company is focused on continuously aligning VistaInsight for Networks with the most recent MEF specifications, and supporting both the global acceptance of Carrier Ethernet and the objectives of service providers offering such services.
“Carrier Ethernet is enabling service providers to offer high bandwidth, high-value corporate connectivity services, while achieving greater flexibility and cost efficiency from their core network infrastructures,” Vikas Trehan, senior vice president, product strategy and alliances, InfoVista added.
Further, InfoVista is fully committed to accelerating the technology’s adoption, fulfilling the service performance assurance needs of those offering such business-class services, and being an active participant in the MEF, so service providers can get the most out of Carrier Ethernet and wireless telecommunications overall.
Edited by Jamie Epstein