Briefs: VoIP management; mobile E911; and Windows 2003 support

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Briefs: VoIP management; mobile E911; and Windows 2003 support

Andrew R. Hickey, News Writer
Qovia rolls out new IP telephony manager
Qovia Inc. this week released the latest version of its IT telephony management system. The system is enhanced with a customizable reporting system; an extended application, server and network device data collection; more granular grading of real-time call quality; and support for Cisco CallManager 5.0.

According to Qovia, IT Telephony Manager 3.0 gives users and service providers the ability to ensure call quality by identifying and solving problems in real time.

The enhanced reporting system allows VoIP administrators to focus on capacity planning, service-level agreement compliance, troubleshooting, performance trending, asset tracking and configuration management. The new reporting system also includes a report builder so users can create views into the data they find most pressing.

IP Telephony Manager 3.0 also extends IP telephony application, server, network device and call stream data analysis and boosts the range and granularity of the data that is collected and analyzed. From network interface statistics to application performance counters to signaling and RTP packet sub-minute analysis for more accurate live-call MOS scoring, version 3.0 can help users identify and resolve call quality, configuration, availability and capacity issues.

IP Telephony Manager 3.0 works seamlessly with Cisco CallManager 5.0 deployments and requires no agent deployment.

Enterprise-grade mobile E911 solution released
At TMC's IT Expo & Conference this week, 911 Enable, a division of ConneXon Telecom Inc., announced the release of its E911 VoIP Location Management System.

The product 911 Enable is a VoIP E911 provider that gives residential and enterprise users an E911 solution. The Location Management System gives nomadic, or mobile, employees the ability to register multiple locations into 911 Enable's database in order to access critical 911 services regardless of where the call comes from. The 911 calls will be automatically directed to the right public safety answering point. The Location Management System is compatible with devices like IP phones and laptops.

Codima announces Windows 2003 support
Codima Technologies Ltd., maker of VoIP network and infrastructure management tools recently announced that all tools in the Codima Toolbox now support Windows Server 2003, allowing Codima's VoIP network management tools to integrate directly with Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) servers running Windows 2003.

As SIP evolves as a standard protocol for VoIP networks, Codima has integrated SIP technology for its VoIP management tools and offers simulating, monitoring, troubleshooting and mapping with add-on modules for flow analyzer, RTP analyzer, path analyzer, remote management, asset management and mapping.


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