Spectrami has become a strategic partner for Keysight Technologies, Inc. a technology company that helps enterprises, service providers and the governments accelerate innovation to connect and secure the world, to promote Keysight’s testing, visibility, and security solutions in the Sultanate of Oman.
Commenting about the new partnership, the CEO for Spectrami, Anand Choudha said, “The network application and security division for Keysight renders one of the best product lines up in the industry that enables IT, staff, to support the growing number of remote users, while maintaining network availability, improving security and ensuring performance. With Keysight, we are now more than prepared to offer Omani enterprises the advantage they deserve to feel secure.”
“As a value-added distributor, we will also conduct the technical and sales workshops and run training programs besides extending pre-sales, implementation, and post-sales support for our partners in Oman,” Choudha added.
Keysight’s solutions optimize networks and bring electronic products to market faster and at a lower cost with the offerings from design simulation, to prototype validation, to manufacturing test, to optimization in networks and cloud environments. Keysight’s Network Applications & Security group provides network visibility solutions including a comprehensive portfolio of the network packet brokers, taps, and bypass switches as well as network security testing solutions to enable customers to ensure the security and performance of their applications and networks from the enterprise to the edge.
“Keysight is delighted to welcome Spectrami as a distributor in the Sultanate of Oman,” said Alaa Hadi, senior regional sales director, META, for Keysight Technologies. “Collaborating with Spectrami will help bring enterprises in the Sultanate of Oman access to the network visibility and network security testing solutions they need along with the training and services to support them to help them ensure the security and the performance of their applications and networks.”