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Skyline announces a record number of new DataMiner deployments
"Ever since the introduction of DataMiner, the platform has continuously gained significant momentum as the leading multi-vendor network management platform. The open architecture, the powerful multi-vendor capabilities and the wealth of features and capabilities enable operators to significantly drive down operational expenses, while at the same time increasing service quality and availability," commented Ben Vandenberghe, Sales & Marketing Director at Skyline Communications. "The last years have been a real turning point for the industry, and operators now collectively turn to the latest generation open multi-vendor solutions which provide them with the means to consolidate their operations and to accelerate their business."
Alongside the strongly increased uptake across the different industry segments, Skyline Communications also confirms strong continued investments by its installed customer bases. The latter demonstrating that once operators start deploying DataMiner, they continue to consolidate their entire operations, and DataMiner serves as their principal platform for any of their network management needs. The latter resulting in significant operational savings, and unleashing important features for true end-to-end service management and service level agreement (SLA) monitoring.
In addition to leading operators, also an increasing number of important system and equipment vendors turn to DataMiner for their network management needs, recognizing the shift in the market towards open multi-vendor end-to-end network management applications. DataMiner enables these partners to reinforce their product and solutions portfolio with one of the most advanced network management platforms available in the industry, and to offer their customers a comprehensive NMS solution which goes way beyond what the traditional legacy and vendor-specific element management solutions have been delivering.
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