Paessler: the network monitoring company

 

 

Die Paessler AG ist seit Jahren führend in der Entwicklung von leistungsfähiger, bezahlbarer und benutzerfreundlicher Netzwerk-Monitoring-Software.

Paessler Produkte sorgen für Ruhe und Sicherheit in IT-Abteilungen von Unternehmen aller Größen - von SOHOs über KMUs bis hin zu global tätigen Konzernen – umfassend, unkompliziert und zuverlässig.

Vom Firmensitz in Nürnberg aus betreut Paessler über 150.000 Installationen seiner Produkte, die weltweit im Einsatz sind.

Das 1997 gegründete Unternehmen ist bis heute privat geführt und sowohl Mitglied des Cisco Developer Networks als auch ein VMware Technology Alliance Partner.

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