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NetScout To Monitor Vodafone’s European Operations As Part Of Multi-year Agreement

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NetScout To Monitor Vodafone’s European Operations As Part Of Multi-year Agreement

Britain’s Vodafone Group has signed a multi-year agreement with NetScout, a provider of business assurance, to serve as Vodafone’s passive probing provider in Europe. NetScout’s InfiniStreamNG, a real-time information platform will provide Vodafone with a standardized, repeatable service assurance solution for deployment in 13 European countries in which Vodafone operates.

“This exclusive, multi-year agreement is significant for NetScout and represents an important extension of our long-standing partnership with Vodafone in Europe, as well as an unequivocal validation of the market appeal of our new InfiniStreamNG platform,” stated Anil Singhal, NetScout’s president and chief executive officer. “Our robust technology delivers a pervasive troubleshooting and performance tool that Vodafone can use across all its deployed technology domains, as well as future systems, such as 5G. The InfiniStreamNG platform will help to ensure Vodafone delivers the highest levels of service across Europe.”

“We’re extremely pleased to extend our partnership with NETSCOUT. The InfiniStreamNG monitoring platform will help us analyze and enhance network performance and improve the customer experience,” explained Mario Volonterio, head of virtual infrastructure and OSS, Vodafone Group.

NetScout’s InfiniStreamNG platform is available in multiple form factors and deployment options, based on hardware, software and virtual appliances. This revolutionary new architecture provides timely, accurate and highly relevant data for use by service assurance, cybersecurity, and business intelligence on a single platform for both the enterprise and service provider marketplaces.

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