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OPNET technologies expands its marketing presence in UC segment


OPNET technologies expands its marketing presence in UC segment
The common environment and trends of conducting business by means of distributed and dispersed working places deliver Unified Communications concept and technologies to be increasingly meaningful for the enterprises to deploy completely smooth VoIP and telepresence solutions.
Enterprise OPNET Technologies Inc., being an industry top performer in matters of network performance monitoring, has announced a new release that will enable the company to meet challenges relating to the matters of voice services in framework of converged networks. OPNET Technologies has effectively commenced the process of acquisition of company Clarus Systems, Inc. The absorbing will make OPNET Technologies to effectively improve its footprint in the segments of networking applications and networking management. Financial details of the deal are not revealed. An enterprise widely famous for end-to-end service handling for Enterprise Voice over IP (VoIP), Unified Communications and TelePresence solutions, Clarus has an widespread customer base in Global 100 list in differentiated spheres. Involved industries include financial, medical, energy and communications, along with the various system integrating and the hosted service industry. Clarus' innovative solutions array named ClarusIPC Plus+ massively improves service performance and accessibility by means of automated testing, on-line cloud based networking performance monitoring, asset management and related business intelligence data delivery. OPNET Chairman and CEO, Marc Cohen, described the associated procedures when voice services are deployed over an integrated network, they are to be handled by a mighty management solution, which is effective in matters of comprehensive testing, tracking and troubleshooting of the whole infrastructure and its settings, in the interest of smooth and consistent availability. ClarusIPC is extremely innovative in its capability to meet these demands, according to Cohen. As an outcome of the merge with ClarusIPC, OPNET will be capable to extend its abilities in this segments and integrate Clarus product lineup into its portfolio. OPNET will bring up the acquired products via partners and managed service operators. This is assumed to assist the grow of the company's provisional channel program. "The unity of OPNET and Clarus ensures our customers and partners with the comprehensive array of incorporated network products in the market," stated Clarus Systems' Chairman and CEO, Brendan F. Reidy. "OPNET's approach and holistic product array , combined with our experience in Unified Communications, will upkeep the procedures for our customers to get the good quality end user experience."Opnet recently announced that financial revenues for the fourth quarter as it is for March was $45 million, compared to $41 million for the same quarter in the 2011.


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