Nectar Joins Amazon Web Services Partner Network
Agreement to Bring Advanced UC Monitoring Capabilities to AWS Marketplace
Nectar Services Corp., the leader in the development and deployment of proactive unified communications network monitoring and performance management software for the voice, video and collaboration market, announced that it has joined the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network as a qualified Technology Partner. The AWS Partner Network (APN) is a global partner program, focused on providing business, technical, marketing and go-to-market support to build successful AWS-based businesses and/or solutions.
“More businesses and channel partners will now to be able to leverage the Nectar platform to better manage voice, video and collaboration services and networks.”
“By joining the APN, Nectar is accelerating the availability of our powerful, cloud-based solution that enables enterprises and service providers to simplify the management of communications services while ensuring high quality-of-experience,” said Ken Archer, Chief Revenue Officer at Nectar. “More businesses and channel partners will now to be able to leverage the Nectar platform to better manage voice, video and collaboration services and networks.”
While traditional communications network monitoring solutions can feature generic workload tools, Nectar provides purpose-built support for the unique needs of voice, video and collaboration applications. As a result, enterprises and managed service providers can gain peace of mind as they transition their networks to the cloud, knowing they can easily streamline performance management, monitoring, diagnostics and reporting.
Nectar’s solution compares network health and performance statistics from endpoint to endpoint to provide actionable intelligence that leads to streamlined, more efficient network management. The flexible solution is based on open, vendor-agnostic standards to support multi-vendor UC environments today and in the future.
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