CAMBRIDGE, England and RENO, Nevada, December 14, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
-Recent acquisition of Simena by Netscout leaves a gap in network emulation market-
iTrinegy, announces a partnership with Germany-based NETCOR, a market leader and value-added reseller specializing in the supply of application performance technologies. This agreement enables NETCOR to resell iTrinegy's network emulators and combines the award-winning network emulation technology with NETCOR's strength in the identification and visualization of IT Performance.
iTrinegy has resellers world-wide and has signed up NETCOR as part of our continued global reseller/ partner expansion program. "We're delighted to be working with a well-established company of NETCOR's reputation," says Frank Puranik, iTrinegy's Product Director. "With the recent acquisition of Simena by Netscout, and their discontinuation of the network emulation products, companies who had previously distributed Simena's network emulation range are looking to iTrinegy to answer the need for application performance testing in the network."
Jos Op 't Root, NETCOR's Managing Director "Our abilities and expertise demand the best technology in the market. iTrinegy's solutions fall into that category and so we're really pleased to be able to offer them to our customers.
As a market leader in Germany NETCOR is focused on IT performance. With more and more applications needing to perform in a wide variety of networks, iTrinegy's network emulation technology is a good fit for organizations that need all the answers before they risk placing their applications into unknown network environments. NETCOR's focused but pragmatic approach to IT performance continues to offer its customers the highest standards of efficiency with the greatest possible benefits.
Companies globally use iTrinegy's network emulators to show the performance of new (or existing) applications in a wide variety of simulated environments such as Wide Area Networks (WANs), Wireless LANs, GPRS, 3G, IP over Radio / Radio over IP (RoIP), Satellite or MPLS networks. As a result, they can be confident that applications will work and perform as expected, without the need for painful and expensive fixing, re-coding or re-designing, when rolled-out into the live network.
iTrinegy Network Emulators replicate all the network conditions applications will encounter in IT migrations such as datacentre consolidations, virtualizations and migration to the Cloud allowing you to "try out" applications in an accurate replication of any proposed new network environment, prior to any transformation. Conducting realistic pre-deployment Proof-of-Concept and "What-If" analysis will help to de-risk such deployments as by identifying potential application performance prior to actual roll-out.
About NETCOR GmbH
NETCOR is a market leader in Germany in the field of IT performance and IT performance visualization. With strong capabilities in all three areas of products, training and services, NETCOR provides comprehensive solutions, backed up by strong advice and customer service. Its existing capabilities are well documented by numerous certifications. Combined with an in-depth ITIL knowledge this creates very significant added value for the IT operation for NETCOR's clients. Headquartered in Buchholz in der Nordheide, Germany, NETCOR can be contacted at http://www.netcor.de
iTrinegy develops products that enable organizations to address the whole Networked Application Performance Lifecycle ™ from initial design & development, through testing, QA, to production rollout and ongoing performance monitoring. Many leading organizations deploy iTrinegy technology including ABN Amro, Alcatel, Aviva, Speakerbus, Commerz Bank, HM Government, TNT Express, Vodafone, Motorola, Boeing, EDS, General Dynamics, IBM, Thomson Reuters, Schlumberger, Sega, Starbucks, Tata Communications, Unisys, US Army, US Air Force and US Coast Guard. iTrinegy has offices in the USA and UK together with a select network of specialist resellers. For more information, please visit http://www.itrinegy.com.