RAH Infotech Appointed As National VAD By NETSCOUT’s VSS Monitoring
The tie-up will further strengthen RAH Infotech’s network security portfolio with NETSCOUTS’ network management, pervasive visibility and security solutions
RAH Infotech, one of India’s fastest growing value-added distributors, today announced its appointment as the National Value Added Distributor (VAD) for VSS Monitoring, a NETSCOUT Packet Flow Switch business unit, a market leader in service assurance and cybersecurity solutions. With this partnership, RAH Infotech will be able to further strengthen its network security portfolio by adding the complete suite of solutions from VSS Monitoring.
The offerings will include NETSCOUT’s VSS Monitoring solutions for network monitoring, real-time network visibility, network access control, network forensics and analysis tools that enable organizations to maximize the efficiency of their network and security infrastructure. The solutions will further help in increasing tool performance that will in turn reduce response time and risk.
Mr Ashok Kumar, chief executive officer at RAH Infotech said, “NETSCOUT’s VSS Monitoring gives organizations a complete and centrally controllable view of their global network, enabling decision makers in the operations center and boardroom to protect the organization and its customers, improve efficiency, drive growth and reduce TCO.”
RAH Infotech has always served their customers with the best-of-breed solutions from top technology players and they continuously make efforts to enrich their portfolio and align with the customer’s evolving requirements.
“With our comprehensive suite of network visibility and security solutions organizations can get better visibility into their network infrastructure. We look forward to working with RAH Infotech, who will provide a strong foundation to help expand our business in the country,” says Jeff Jones, vice president, Global Sales at VSS Monitoring, a NETSCOUT Packet Flow Switch business unit.
With full visibility from NETSCOUT’s VSS Monitoring solutions, the network management and security infrastructure can adapt to new network architectures, including shifts toward virtualization and software-defined networking (SDN). Also, organizations can leverage their most critical asset, the network, to gather the business intelligence they need to excel in today’s competitive market.