Accedian Acquires Performance Vision

Accedian has acquired Performance Vision, a leader in network and application performance monitoring (NPM/APM).

Performance Vision delivers unified visibility across the entire application and network chain, with best-in-class resolution and velocity. Highly scalable, simple to set up, and easy to use, it provides real-time, actionable insight into every platform, link, app, and user across complex, multi-cloud deployments. Latest-generation analytics return proven business value, unifying teams to deliver the best digital experience.

More than 250 customers use Performance Vision as the central dashboard at the hub of their network and IT operations, DevOps and digital transformation teams.

As part of the acquisition, Accedian is rebranding Performance Vision’s core NPM/APM solution as SkyLIGHT™ PVX. It’s exceptional wire data analysis complements Accedian’s SkyLIGHT VCX™ active monitoring platform, bringing a wide angle view of all applications, transactions, and network components together with ultra-precise QoS monitoring, for the most complete view of network health available.

Analytics serve as a cornerstone for unrivaled insight, providing all layer, all location coverage to proactively detect any impairment or degradation in network performance or user experience. Bringing network awareness to application monitoring—and vice versa—means digital assets can be optimized to deliver the best possible business outcome.

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In his role as Director of Business Analytics at Accedian, Scott is responsible for developing business intelligence models, reports, dashboards, and systems used in data discovery, predictive analytics, and visualization to support business processes and strategic planning, both internally by Accedian and by its telecom operator and enterprise customers. He also represents Accedian in analyst relations activities. Scott’s extensive experience in wireless, Carrier Ethernet and service assurance includes management, marketing, and engineering leadership roles at Performant Networks, MPB Communications, Minacom (Tektronix), Aethera Networks (Positron / Marconi), EXFO, and PerkinElmer Optoelectronics (EG&G). Scott holds Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in engineering from McGill University in Montreal, Canada, and completed professional business management training at the John Molson School of Business, the Alliance Institute, and the Project Management Institute.

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    Second Generation
    A cellular telecom network that uses second-generation wireless technology. Such networks digitally encrypt phone conversations, and allow data services including SMS text messages.


    Third Generation
    A cellular network that uses third-generation wireless technology based on standards that support wireless voice telephony, mobile and fixed internet access, video calls, and mobile TV. Such networks are capable of data transfer rates of at least 200 Kbps and as fast as 21 Mbps.


    Third Generation Partnership Project
    International collaboration among telecommunications associations, with the purpose of developing and maintaining the Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) specification for 3G mobile networks.


    Fourth Generation
    A cellular network that uses fourth generation wireless technology to deliver mobile broadband internet access in addition to voice and text messaging. Two synonymous 4G systems are commercially deployed: Mobile WiMAX an Long Term Evolution (LTE). LTE is the predominant system in the U.S.

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