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Bandwidth's Intelligent Data Center Approach Disrupts Traditional Telecom Industry
Zenoss Inc., developer of software for the Intelligent Data Center, today announced Bandwidth, one of the nation's leading communications companies, utilizes Zenoss to maintain the highest quality assurance and telecom availability for their customers. 

Bandwidth aims to disrupt the century-old rules of the telecom industry with its nationwide all-IP network and software-driven approach to enabling new communications technologies. This includes an innovative approach to operations and cost savings, moving its infrastructure to public, private and hybrid clouds and building an Intelligent Data Center.  This move is designed to challenge the existing telecom infrastructure by enabling rapid responsiveness and adaptation to business and market demands.

"Our IP network supports some of the most important communications technologies on the market today-including Google, Republic Wireless and Earthlink to name a few," said Steve Leonard, EVP and General Manager, Bandwidth. "Our customers require-and deserve-the highest levels of service and uptime we can offer. Zenoss is the only scalable, automated monitoring and analytics platform that can manage our infrastructure at the speed and scope that we need to be successful."

Available as an on-site or cloud-based service, Zenoss Service Dynamics provides unified, automated performance and availability monitoring and event management for the entire IT infrastructure.

"Bandwidth's dedication to disruptive innovation is near and dear to our heart here at Zenoss," said Brian Wilson, Senior Vice President of Customer Success.  "Both of our companies are dedicated to providing scalable, focused technology solutions that enable customers to spend more time on their core business, so we're extremely proud to support their mission of transforming the communications industry at large."

Published Thursday, October 08, 2015 10:09 AM by David Marshall
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