Today’s IPO news is just the latest indication of the rapid growth and incredible potential of the Network Visibility market. While some grab capital and others consolidate, Net Optics has grown organically by constantly innovating solutions and by providing the broadest visibility architecture in the industry.
In contrast to other, point solution approaches, Net Optics believe networks have outgrown conventional product and solution based thinking. To meet that vision, we created a platform for seamless, end-to-end visibility across the entire architecture. As enterprises seek increasingly intelligent solutions, selecting a strategic vendor becomes even more critical to avoid purchasing products that will soon be outdated.
Our customers have echoed point solutions are over. We see a future defined by players who can architect entire networks, and that future demands integrated intelligent solutions that fit seamlessly and affordably into data center architecture from remote sites, to the core and virtualized networks. We’ve heard that call and we’ve already taken steps to secure our leadership in the arena by introducing Application-Aware NPM solutions, such as Best of Interop Finalist Spyke.
Net Optics’ 7,500 customers worldwide share our vision of the future, including 85% of the Fortune 500 and 50% of the Fortune 100. Over the past sixteen years, we’ve grown from Silicon Valley startup to global innovator in application intelligence, visibility, and cloud strategies – and we did it all on our own, without any VC funding. We’ve grown year after year and, while others in the market are being acquired, we recently purchased two Australian companies in all cash and expanded into the performance management space.
The next-generation ecosystem requires tools to function together intelligently as a cohesive, integrated solution, irrespective of their diverse vendor origins— Cisco, McAfee, NetScout, CA, Oracle, Visual Network Systems, and so forth. The next wave in intelligent network monitoring must disregard the silos of the past – rejecting point solutions for a new visibility architecture.