IP telephony vendor Snom technology AG has announced that, after testing, its full portfolio of phones have been approved as interoperable with Telchemy (News - Alert), a provider of voice and video over IP performance management technologies.
“Service providers and enterprise network managers need an efficient way to manage end to end VoIP call quality and rapidly detect and diagnose problems,” said Aan Clark, CEO and president of Telchemy.
Specifically the snom stable now plays well with Telchemy’s DVQattest and SQmediator performance management products.
Mike Storella (News - Alert), COO of snom, praised Telchemy’s offerings for assuring transport quality, saying “we are pleased that our respective products work so well together.”
The idea, according to snom officials, with combining Telchemy’s DVQattest and SQmediator applications and snom’s IP desktop phones was to come up with a way to provide network managers, enterprises and end users with a suite of pre-deployment and in-call performance management tools for business VoIP networks.
All snom phones are built with open SIP firmware allowing for simple installation, industry-wide interoperability and sound quality, company officials say.
Last week TMC (News - Alert) had the news that snom announced a partnership with Sipaura Communications to deliver "intelligence in communications." Jonathan Greenwood, managing director of snom UK, said "Sipaura Communications have presented us with an opportunity to access this market.”
Sipaura, company officials say, was created to enable companies to migrate towards a SIP based telecoms infrastructure and to integrate them further into their businesses.
Telchemy’s SQmediator is a VoIP performance management app to collect and analyze call quality reports received from endpoints such as snom desktop phones, the snom MeetingPoint conference phone or the snom m9 wireless DECT (News - Alert) phone.
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Edited by Juliana Kenny