Viola hits the Networks note

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Viola hits the Networks note

Viola Networks, a provider of IP network performance assurance and assessment software, has announced NetAlly RealTime version 4.3.

The new product’s capabilities include: integration of IP-PBX vendors (Mitel), trending and reporting of actual users call quality, and enhanced call quality diagnosis. Service providers that are delivering managed services such as IP Centrex can use NetAlly RealTime to more easily deliver and guarantee voice quality of service. Enterprise customers that manage their own networks can use NetAlly RealTime to assure network quality - both prior to application deployment and also on an ongoing basis.
 
Viola’s NetAlly RealTime product is able to pull statistics on the actual quality of IP calls placed, providing a full, end-to-end call quality picture by delivering statistics on time of call, duration of call, source and destination IP addresses, average delay, average jitter, loss per cent, number of packets sent, number of packets received, number of packets lost, and Mean Opinion Score (MOS) of the call.

Among the targets for the product are service providers that are delivering managed services such as IP Centrex. These companies can, said Viola, more easily deliver and guarantee voice quality of service. System integrators that are managing an enterprise’s outsourced data network can now easily monitor, assess and troubleshoot voice traffic across that network to guarantee quality of service. Enterprise customers that manage their own networks can use NetAlly RealTime to assure network quality - both prior to application deployment and also on an ongoing basis, which is particularly critical as networks change, such as when new equipment and/or applications are installed.


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