SevOne Launches Data Insight 3.0 to Support Virtual Network Adoption

SevOne | June 30, 2020

SevOne Launches Data Insight 3.0 to Support Virtual Network Adoption
SevOne, a Turbonomic company and leading provider of network management solutions, today announced the launch of Data Insight 3.0, an integrated component of the company’s industry-leading SevOne Network Data Platform. This release of Data Insight 3.0 and availability of solutions for SD-WAN, Wi-Fi, and SDN completes the product transformation from a network monitoring appliance to an integrated network data platform to ensure continuous network performance.

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