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Nasdaq OMX selects SevOne to manage global network

01 April 2014  |  1761 views  |  0 Source: SevOne

SevOne, the leader in providing scalable performance monitoring solutions to the world's most connected companies, today announced NASDAQ OMX's selection of its real-time data center performance management solution to support the company's global organization.

"We are excited that NASDAQ OMX has selected our Performance Appliance Solution to monitor and report on their infrastructure across North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific," said Jack Sweeney, CEO, SevOne. "We deliver the world's most scalable performance monitoring platform to the world's most connected companies and NASDAQ OMX is a great addition to our portfolio of customers."

SevOne's strength in monitoring and reporting on ultra-low latency networks has made it attractive to a number of organizations in the financial services market. In addition to NASDAQ, SevOne currently monitors infrastructure for seven of the top 13 global investment banks.

"In our business, it's imperative that we understand application traffic and prevent performance issues before they impact critical network services," said Lou Modano, Senior Vice President, Global Infrastructure Services, of the NASDAQ OMX Group. "As we evaluated vendors in this space, we found SevOne had a new way to approach the collection of performance data and prediction of potential service degradation."

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