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Endace signs on as Cisco's newest solution partner

02 Aug 16

​​Network monitoring firm Endace is the next on board Cisco’s partner programme. The company signs on as a Solution partner.

The Cisco Solution Partner Program, part of the Cisco Partner Ecosystem, unites Cisco with third-party independent hardware and software vendors to deliver integrated solutions to joint customers.

“The Internet of Everything (IoE) continues to bring together people, processes, data and things to enhance the relevancy of network connections,” says Stuart Wilson, CEO of Endace.

“As a member of the Cisco Solution Partner Program, Endace is able to quickly create and deploy solutions to enhance the capabilities, performance and management of the network to capture value in the IoE,” he says.

As a Solution Partner, Endace offers a complementary product offering and has started to collaborate with Cisco to meet the needs of joint customers.

“The Cisco Solution Partner Program enables us to work closely with Cisco and our mutual customers to test and prove our solutions work seamlessly with Cisco solutions, such as the Firepower Management Center console, with Endace’s 100% accurate network recording and network visibility products,” says Wilson.

“This integration streamlines investigative workflows for network security and operations teams and provides easy access to a 100% accurate record of network activity that enables customers to respond quickly and authoritatively to security and data breach events,” he explains.

Endace’s customers include global banks, telcos and service providers, media and broadcast companies, health organisations, retailers, e-commerce and web giants, governments and large enterprises.

Customers choose Endace technology because it can monitor and capture network traffic with 100% accuracy regardless of network speeds or loads,” Wilson says.

“It can scale to meet the needs of the fastest networks and is built on an open architecture that enables integration with a wide variety of custom, open source and commercial solutions.”

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