​Artel Joins The Arista Partner Program

Artel Video Systems, a provider of real-time multimedia delivery solutions, is a member of the Arista Partner Program.

Membership in the program formalizes the companies’ collaboration in bringing shared customers complete switching solutions that extend from the network core to the network edge.

“We see several projects in which Artel and Arista products serve in complementary roles, and our participation in the Arista Partner Program makes it that much easier for vendors, integrators, and end users to specify both of our solutions as part of an overall system design,” said Rafael Fonseca, vp of Product Management, Artel Video Systems.

The Arista Partner Program is designed to ensure customer success while reducing the burden on partner vendors. The partner relationship between Artel and Arista grew out of their participation in IP Showcase events, where the two companies demonstrated the interoperability and successful implementation of IP-based systems including their respective switching product lines.

“Artel’s shared commitment to the well-being of the industry as it moves toward a future that embraces IP-based infrastructure and workflows meant we were a perfect fit for the partner program,” continued Fonseca. “Working together as partners, we’re better equipped to support our shared customers and the advancement of the industry as a whole.”

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