SevOne, a provider of network performance
management, announced its expansion into Australasia, Southeast Asia and Latin
To lead these new markets, the company has
appointed Bill Haber as director of Sales, Strategic Markets.
The company has seen a growing demand for
its network performance management solutions in these regions, especially in
the telecom space.
“Emerging markets are being driven by
both subscriber growth and advanced mobile broadband data services. SevOne’s
expansion in emerging markets will give the company greater diversification in
their customer base and enable the company to continue their growth despite the
risk of slower sales in North America and Europe,” said Patrick Kelly,
research director at Analysys Mason.
The company is also announcing its
participation as an exhibitor at TM Forum Management World Americas 2011 taking
place November 8-10, 2011 in Orlando, Florida.
SevOne is providing live demonstrations of
its service assurance solution for 4G LTE and IMS, and Ethernet backhaul
The SevOne network performance management
solution provides the complete and immediate visibility that enables its
customers to apply effective performance management best practices, to address
key management challenges associated with new projects and initiatives
– Effectively manage and optimize network
capacity while reducing LTE, backhaul, and IMS expenditure and customer churn.
– Optimize 4G LTE and IMS infrastructure
to support increased multi-media traffic levels, markets and geographies; and
– Launching a new service or application
like IPTV or VoIP or deployment of new cloud-based services.
“This is a very exciting time for
SevOne and an important step forward in our growth strategy as we continue to
expand into new international markets where there is a great demand for our
solutions,” said Bill Conners, SVP of Worldwide Sales for SevOne.
Haber has an extensive technology
background having lived and worked in various markets around the world from
Latin America to Australia, where he most recently led EXFO’s assurance
business. Since the mid-nineties, he has worked to solve performance and
operations problems with diverse service providers around the world.
By Telecomlead.com Team