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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Viavi Joins ServiceNow Technology Partner Program

Viavi has joined the ServiceNow Technology Partner Program.

Viavi will integrate its industry-leading monitoring and assurance capabilities into ServiceNow service management solutions for communication service providers and enterprises, across the 5G, broadband and cloud domains. Membership in the ServiceNow partner program authorizes Viavi to access ServiceNow tools and resources, provide implementation solutions to ServiceNow customers, and accelerate service automation engagements.

Viavi empowers service providers and enterprises with award-winning test, monitoring and assurance platforms, supporting these customers as they migrate to cloud-native, virtualized and automated networks. These platforms will enable closed-loop assurance in the network domain – including the cloud, access and enterprise layers – feeding into ServiceNow service management workflows.

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