TransNexus (News - Alert), a software development company specializing in least cost routing solutions and applications for managing wholesale VoIP networks, has unveiled new version 3 release of SDReporter, an innovative quality of service and traffic reporting software for enterprises.
Officials with TransNexus said that new SDReporter V3 product includes a powerful new fraud detection module, which tackles the growing problem of call fraud in the VoIP industry.
“With the new fraud prevention features included with SDReporter V3 from TransNexus, service providers stand to gain new levels of protection for themselves as well as their customers and VoIP subscribers,” said Jim Dalton (News - Alert), president of TransNexus, in a statement.
According to company officials, SDReporter is a comprehensive reporting package designed to analyze quality of service (QoS) statistics and Call Detail Records (CDRs) reported by an enterprises’ SBC or PBX (News - Alert). SDReporter already monitors 24 different call quality statistics and can detect and isolate call fidelity quality of service issues in the source network or destination network or based on end to end packet flow received by the calling and called party.
Company officials pointed out that SDReporter works with the Acme Packet (News - Alert) Net-Net Session Director SBC by controlling service provider access and interconnect borders, as well as the routing of sessions between service providers.
“As VoIP traffic enters the service provider network, the SBC aggregates statistics and dial code information from each endpoint and sends the information to SDReporter for real-time analysis. If the information exceeds configured thresholds or violates a policy, SDReporter generates a ‘trigger’ for the SBC, which in turn will block the call or caller who is in violation,” said Mark Vella, vice president of business development, Acme Packet.
Back in February, TransNexus stated that it helped Canadian telecom company RapidTel reduce ts operating costs by over fifty percent.
RapidTel supplies low cost, high quality SIP trunking and direct inward dial (DID) services for residential and business customers. RapidTel came to TransNexus to find a solution to replace its outdated legacy softswitch, which had become too expensive to run and maintain using old TDM connectivity. RapidTel needed a solution that would allow them to offer least cost routing to their SIP provider customers.
TransNexus worked with RapidTel to deploy redundant SIP proxies with their Routing, Billing, and Operations Support System (ROBSS), a suite of applications for dynamic least cost and quality of service routing, number portability, fraud detection, traffic reports, alarms, billing, and profitability analysis.
Today, with the ROBSS system, RapidTel can support a dynamic routing table with over 50 million destinations, ensuring that each call route is optimized for profitability.
Edited by Rich Steeves