InfoVista rolls out software to support services over Carrier Ethernet
InfoVista said yesterday that it has released an updated version of the company’s performance-monitoring software for fixed, mobile and cable service providers.
InfoVista’s VistaInsight for Networks 3.0 was designed to help service providers meet their customers’ demand for the delivery of business-class services over Carrier Ethernet and IP networks.
The release of VistaInsight for Networks 3.0 comes at a time when traditional service providers and MSOs are under constant pressure to deliver the most reliable Carrier Ethernet services to corporate customers and mobile operators alike.
Corporate users are increasingly adopting Ethernet-based services to power their corporate networks and new revenue-generating applications, while mobile operators are demanding lower-cost Carrier Ethernet-based backhaul.
VistaInsight for Networks 3.0 features support for service level agreements (SLAs) over the Carrier Ethernet infrastructure and enhanced support for next-generation mobile backhaul.
“We’ve kept a laser-focus on the service provider market since our inception nearly 12 years ago and have consistently provided our customers with an industry leading service-centric performance management solution,” said Manuel Stopnicki, chief technology officer, InfoVista, in a statement. “We specifically engineered VistaInsight for Networks 3.0 to help our service provider customers realize the tremendous revenue opportunities available to them via Ethernet-based business services, and we look forward to continuing to push the envelope with new services that guarantee the highest possible service quality to the end user.”
InfoVista also announced the release of its VistaFoundation Kit 4.0, a next-generation version of the company’s underlying technology platform that powers the VistaInsight suite of products. VistaFoundation is a set of software components that provide many of the core underlying capabilities in InfoVista’s suite of performance management products for next-generation services and infrastructure.