SD-WAN FEATURED ARTICLE
SD-WAN Shows Martello Frost & Sullivan Success
Supporting a unified communications deployment is mission critical. UC performance monitoring and management tools are a strong start. First steps are surveying the space, doing one’s due diligence and selecting the optimal means to invest in a firm’s UC deployment.
Frost & Sullivan (News - Alert) named Martello to two of its 2018 honors. It was recognized as a 2018 Price and Performance Value Leader in Network Application Monitoring Performance after Frost & Sullivan surveyed vendors across the categories of service experience, purchase, functionality, ease of use and quality.
“By teaming its proven network performance SaaS (News - Alert) solution with Elfiq’s unique SD-WAN technology, Martello is well positioned to deliver a best in class SD-WAN solution that is designed specifically to improve the performance of UC networks,” said Shruti Singh, industry analyst at Frost & Sullivan. “Service providers and enterprises can achieve end-to-end performance management of real-time services, from troubleshooting of poor voice quality to the intuitive optimization of bandwidth, much faster than was possible before. All of this translates into a superior quality of user experience that is unprecedented in the market.”
Martello’s modular approach differentiated the provider from the pack, offering network performance management and UC solutions that offer the end user an exceptional experience. Paced by a burgeoning technology like SD-WAN, Martello is making waves with a comprehensive portfolio.
“For more than 10 years, Martello has focused on developing affordable, versatile products that solve the network and unified communications performance problems our customers face,” said John Proctor, president and CEO of Martello. “Recently analysts, media, and our customers are taking notice of our unique proposition, to offer a cost-effective SD-WAN solution built for unified communications performance. We’re pleased to have been recognized by Frost & Sullivan.”
Communications comes at the core of successful business, but without the proper precautions in place, all bets are off.
How does your organization monitor and manage communications?
Edited by Maurice Nagle