|By RealWire News Distribution||
|March 12, 2014 01:11 AM EDT||
Leading systems integrator partners with SevOne to help organisations detect and fix network performance problems
London, UK, March 11, 2014 - SevOne, the leader in providing scalable performance monitoring solutions to the world's most connected companies, today announced the appointment of Telonic, leading systems integrator in Germany, as a certified reseller. Telonic has been reselling SevOne performance management software since 2011 and was awarded the accolade at the SevOne European conference in Milan.
"We are proud to be associated with organisations like Telonic which have invested time and resources to train their team on how the SevOne solution can help customers to predict potential issues and troubleshoot problems with application and service delivery," said Sean O'Donnell, Managing Director EMEA, SevOne. "Through our all-in-one monitoring solution, we can proactively alert organisations on performance issues before they impact service delivery. We are very pleased to be working with Telonic and look forward to the continuation of our successful partnership."
"The performance monitoring solutions from SevOne are an important part of our service portfolio," said Andreas Schlechter, managing director at Telonic. "Since 2011, we have been distributing SevOne's network solutions and carrying out testing with our customers very successfully. The SevOne products analyse networks in seconds, illuminating any shortcomings and finding immediate solutions, whilst also alerting customers to any incidents or device fluctuations. We are very confident in SevOne solutions and we look forward to our partnership in 2014 and beyond."
Today, organisations are under more pressure than ever before to maintain consistent performance and connectivity across a wide range of devices and networks, with any one point of failure often representing a significant risk to company productivity. SevOne's solution ensures that companies can maintain high levels of IT service in the face of a wide variety of working patterns and technological diversity, helping them to stay agile and maintain performance.
SevOne and Telonic will together help enterprises to promptly spot and diagnose issues with IT infrastructure, enabling them to maintain a high standard of performance and avoid malfunctions or outages. The SevOne solution can provide organisations with detailed reports on the entire estate or individual devices, showing relevant information within minutes and helping the IT team to turbo-charge organisational continuity.
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SevOne provides the world's fastest, most scalable performance monitoring platform to the world's most connected companies. We provide an 'all-in-one' appliance that detects and alerts on performance events before they impact your business. SevOne developed a next-generation technology called the SevOne Cluster™ Architecture that leverages distributed computing to address any scalability concerns. SevOne monitors millions of objects across multiple technologies and provides a single web based console for unlimited users. Customers including the top cable companies, wireless network and managed service providers, and top financial services institutions rely on SevOne to monitor the performance of their critical infrastructure.
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TELONIC GmbH - Distribution and technical services.
TELONIC has more than thirty years of experience in the IT-Systems and measurement engineering branches. Due to our "know how" and quality of service we have become one of the leading System Integrators in Germany.
We see our challenge in the uniting of heterogeneous information-carriers and diverse network infrastructures into a harmoniously self-contained system and to monitor these as such.
TELONIC employs 80 people in five different locations throughout Germany. Through cooperation with national and international manufacturers TELONIC has acquired independent solutions with the best products to date, to meet the demands and expectations of today's market.
For more information: www.telonic.de
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