Spirent leverages Vertica to keep user experience quality a winning factor for telcos.
Spirent is the leading global provider of testing, assurance, analytics, and security solutions.
Solution: For Spirent, Vertica database technology will be embedded into their InTouch CNA solution. Spirent chose Vertica on account of price-performance aspects. The columnar lookups, the projections, gives Spirent very strong query response performance, the ability to also run on commodity hardware, giving the much needed price advantage that’s also bolstered by the columnar compression.
Right now, we're finishing the migration to Vertica technology, and it will be embedded in our InTouch CNA solution. There are a couple of things that we like about Vertica. One is the price-performance aspects. The columnar lookups, the projections, give us very strong query response performance, but it's also able to run on commodity hardware, which gives us price advantage that's also bolstered by the columnar compression.
Tom Russo, Director of Product Management and Marketing, Spirent
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