When it comes to network server equipment, one of the most critical issues is power supply.
To address this issue for network operators and application developers who deliver services like voicemail, IVR and SS monitoring, Parsippany, N.J.-based Dialogic
this week released a softwareand hardware upgrade that will enhance its portfolio of its carrier-ready MSP 1010 Multi-Services platform.
The enhanced MSP 1010 -- which targets network operators and application developers who deliver services like voicemail, IVR and SS monitoring -- features Dual DC power supply support, and NEBS level 3 compliancy, which further reduces any risk of system failure.
“The high availability and manageability features include support for dual DC power supplies, compliancy with NEBS level-3 and RTP loopback – an important feature used by service providers when debugging VoIP network issues,” Rip Harris, director of product and segment marketing at Dialogic (News - Alert) Corporation, told TMCnet. “RTP loopback gives network operators the ability to test the integrity of the RTP media stream, eliminating a potential root cause of low voice quality.”
The MSP system software release 10.2.3 also features capabilities that can reduce cost to deploy and develop new value-added services, including new SIP call-control functions. These can be used to shorten the development time for SIP-based applications. Additionally, the software release also enhances the controllability of CAS-based applications in a channel-associated signaling environment by helping the user to configure and control those applications via a GUI interface on the MSP.
Beyond its new software and hardware enhancements to its MSP 1010 platform, Dialogic recently made headlines for its foray into Brazilian markets
via a new partnership with Brazilian distributor WDC Networks.
The union will pave the way for the country to develop rich mobile-video-laden applications for cell phones by next summer – just in time for the World Cup tournament. Additionally, the partnership will help the company launch educational programs for the country’s system integrators and developers, who might not otherwise be well-acquainted with Dialogic’s product portfolio.
Marisa Torrieri is a TMCnet Editor. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri