Radcom, AudioCodes sign partnership deals

Airport City-based AudioCodes, entered into a partnership with Digium, the creator of Asterisk telephony, aimed at improving the quality of VoIP systems.

By SHARON WROBEL
March 16, 2006 07:11
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Tel-Aviv based Radcom, a provider of network test and quality management solutions for service providers and Viola Networks, a provider of VoIP management software, have signed a technology and marketing agreement. As part of the OEM agreement Viola's VoIP monitoring software will be integrated into Radcom's Omni-Q, a network and service quality system for performance analysis, detection and troubleshooting. The unified system will provide VoIP service providers with a cost-effective, pervasive solution to quickly isolate, troubleshoot and resolve quality of service issues before they can escalate into operational problems. Meanwhile, Airport City-based AudioCodes, entered into a partnership with Digium, the creator of Asterisk telephony, aimed at improving the quality of VoIP systems. The partnership will test the product interoperability between a range of AudioCodes media gateway platforms and the Asterisk open-source software application. As a result, Asterisk developers and value added resellers (VARs) are expected to be able to better design and deploy high quality and scalable SIP-based solutions. Ra'anana based Nice Systems, has come out with its next generation VoIP active recording solutions, which eliminates the need for set-up administration and management at branches or remote sites and enables efficient management and administration from home. New developments include state-of-the-art technologies for recording in a VoIP environment, which are fully integrated with the industry's leading VoIP switch vendors. Nice's next generation will be available for solutions for active recording in Nortel's newly developed Duplicate Media Stream over IP (DMS-IP) architecture, active recording for Cisco's CallManager, new redundancy options for Avaya's Communication Manager API, and IP-phone applications. Kfar Saba-based M-Systems launched its new FlashDisc data storage USB interface. With a storage density of 16 to 32 megabytes, FlashDisc enables the sharing of data on virtually any PC or Mac, storing approximately 400-800 documents, 10-20 presentations, 40-80 photos or 15-30 minutes of music. FlashDisc will be available in stores during March and April. Orckit Communications subsidiary Corrigent Systems has been named the top exporter from Israel to Japan for the year of 2005 by the Israel-Japan Chamber of Commerce. The award was given for sales of the CM-100 to the Japanese market, mainly to KDDI, Japan's second largest telecom carrier. CM-100, is a broadband Internet product used by telecom service providers to aggregate and transport video, voice and data services on the same infrastructure.


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