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August 15, 2012
Cisco News - Netsocket Gains Standing as Registered Developer for Cisco's Developer Network
By Oliver VanDervoort, Contributing Writer
Netsocket is one of the leading companies when it comes to cloud service assurance technology. The company has been on the upswing for the last couple of months and now they have hit a nice milestone as it was recently announced that the company has joined the Cisco (News - Alert) Developer Network as a Registered Developer. Netsocket will be filed as an official developer in the Cisco Unified Communications – Enterprise tech category.
The Cisco Developer Network works as a sort of rolodex for companies that want to be teamed with Cisco on various kinds of technology and jobs. The network works with third-party developers of both hardware and software that can deliver interoperable solutions to customers that Cisco and the developers share.
Netsocket’s new designation as a registered developer means that they are able to share a complementary product offering that works to reel in joint customers for its own purposes as well as Cisco’s.
Netsocket has a whole host of offerings that are going to be sought after both by Cisco and the clients that Cisco works with. Netsocket’s offerings include programs like their Cloud Experience Manager. Using this solution, customers can deploy and operate large and varied range of Cisco compatible business applications.
The tools that Netsocket offers will compliment any number of different Cisco compatible programs and hardware. Because of its expertise in the cloud, the company is well sought after in the business tech field. The company’s stable of solutions are powered by its IP Correlation Engine (ICE) that provides a client’s content, session and IP topology quickly and easily. This kind of solution makes it easier for a client’s IT department to weed out problems right when they happen.
With its ICE program, the company is able to offer a near 100-percent problem free cloud experience for their clients.
Edited by Brooke Neuman