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Leading Enterprises Embrace Newest Network Analytics Technology To Ensure The Best Possible User Network Experience
[August 13, 2018]

Leading Enterprises Embrace Newest Network Analytics Technology To Ensure The Best Possible User Network Experience

PALO ALTO, Calif., Aug. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Nyansa, Inc. ("knee-ans-sah"), a fast-growing innovator of a new generation of user performance management technology, today announced that Excelitas Technologies, Instructure and MuleSoft are the newest companies to utilize Nyansa's Voyance network analytics platform to address the growing need to deliver the best possible user experience across their computer networks, ensuring the highest levels of productivity for users and devices.

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The company also said it has now deployed it's Voyance service within more than 500 commercial production environments. Nyansa's Voyance network analytics platform, now the largest public analytics services available on the market,  supports more than 10 million active end user client devices, analyzing over 3 million wireless clients and 3 million wired clients per week and 250,000 wireless access points across its customer base.

Tools for observing, monitoring, analyzing and interpreting the behavior of IT services, networks and applications are widely deployed and continue to evolve in the changing face of modern IT infrastructures. Meanwhile, the focus on digital business is driving a fundamental shift in attitudes regarding how these technologies should be deployed and used, and how to prioritize their funcionality.

Consequently, a new era of progressive analytics platforms, focused on optimizing the user network experience by analyzing, measuring and correlating every client transaction, are gaining broad appeal across all types of enterprises. The goal for companies is to leverage an untapped business resource, network data, that can be used to increase top line revenue while lowering operational costs.

Companies are able to harness the power of network data to recover lost hours of user connectivity, more quickly identify and remediate user issues across any portion of the network, quantify the performance of client devices and validate the impact of network changes without having to capture, parse and analyze volumes of data from different sources.

"With the growing volume of client, application and network data traversing today's access infrastructure, analyzing all this data to pinpoint potential performance problems is becoming untenable," said Amit Shah, Chief Information Officer at Excelitas Technologies. "Voyance effectively automates all the analysis and correlation of this data up and down the stack to give us meaningful insights into our users' network experience that conventional infrastructure management technology has been unable to deliver in a holistic fashion."

Excelitas Technologies, a leader in delivering high-performance photonic and optical solutions to OEMs worldwide, is using Voyance to provide a single source of network truth to staff within a distributed IT model as well as quantify the quality of Skype for Business communications within the organization.

MuleSoft, provider of the leading platform for building application networks, has deployed Voyance to monitor and manage user network performance. Instead of having to access data from a multiplicity of different network elements, Voyance now gives MuleSoft a single point of reference to proactively remediate individual and systemic user issues. With Voyance, enterprises can recover lost client hours of connectivity caused by any incident that could occur from client access to reaching the destination application.

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Nyansa, Inc. 
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