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March 22, 2019 |

Nectar Introduces Next-Generation Monitoring & Reporting Platform for a New Era of Multi-Vendor Voice, Video and Real-Time Collaboration

Nectar 10 provides purpose-built, multi-vendor monitoring, diagnostic and reporting capabilities to support cloud, on-premise and hybrid collaboration environments

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, at†Enterprise Connect†launched its†Nectar 10†solution, the most powerful and easy-to-use performance management, monitoring, diagnostics, and reporting platform. The solution is purpose-built for the unique characteristics of voice, video and real-time collaboration applications, and enables enterprise businesses and managed service providers to harness the power of the cloud to streamline the management of modern communications applications and services, and ensure optimum user and customer experiences.

“While many businesses have been cautiously evaluating the adoption of enterprise cloud computing platforms, the market is about to enter a boom where that adoption will spike. Not only are cloud applications for word processing, presentations, sales, and productivity becoming more attractive to enterprises as they look to improve collaboration across teams, departments, and locations, but the ease of management that cloud platforms deliver is undeniably appealing to IT operations,” said Rich Costello, Senior Research Analyst at IDC. “Platforms built in and for the cloud will bring a new level of value and functionality to voice, video and collaboration networks by simplifying the deployment and management of these UC environments.”

“Some IT management vendors still believe that with great power comes great complexity—with Nectar 10, we are disrupting that paradigm,” said Joe Fuccillo, CTO at Nectar. “Our mission is to enable enterprise IT operations and our partner community of managed service and solution providers to provide great user experiences with easy-to-use monitoring, diagnostics, and reporting tools that are built for modern, multi-vendor hybrid voice, video and collaboration environments.”

Traditional solutions for monitoring communications platforms and networks including Cisco, Microsoft, and Avaya, feature broad and generic toolsets that can be used for any number of different IT workloads, leaving support for critical voice and video applications as an afterthought. Nectar 10 is purpose-built for the unique, session-based nature of voice, video and real-time collaboration services, addressing the specific needs of IT operations teams responsible for managing the user experience across these communications environments.

Nectar 10 correlates metrics and calculated insights across platform, network and endpoint health domains, to provide businesses with actionable intelligence that leads to more efficient management of voice, video and collaboration environments. The solution features an entirely new, intuitive user interface that makes it easy to use across the entire enterprise. Nectar continues to take an open, vendor-agnostic approach to its solutions, enabling businesses to future-proof their networks and support multi-vendor UC environments today and as their networks grow.

The Nectar 10 platform will be available for new and existing customers in April 2019. The initial release will support Cisco collaboration deployments with additional support for Microsoft and other vendor environments to be added shortly thereafter.

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