snom Teams with Telchemy

Provides an Integrated VoIP Performance

By Neil Zawacki
Updated: April 12, 2011

snom Teams with Telchemy

On April 11, 2011, snom and Telchemy announced that they will now be working together to offer an integrated VoIP solution, and that all of snom’s IP phones and different endpoints will be fully compatible with Telchemy’s DVQattest and SQmediator software applications.

This unified solution will provide small businesses and end users a full selection of performance management tools to oversee their VoIP networks. It will also allow network managers to set up the system at a much faster rate and quickly troubleshoot problems if they should occur.

Telchemy is a major provider of advanced software and technology that manages unified real-time services. The DVQattest application allows customers to monitor the service levels of voice and video networks and determine the cause of potential issues. It can also be scaled up or down depending on the company’s need. SQmediator is a management program that gathers, analyzes, and sends out call quality reports to IP phones from different endpoints.

snom is a prominent telecommunications company that designs and manufactures VoIP phones. Their portfolio includes a large assortment of advanced IP phones, wireless DECT phones, full color touchscreen desktop phones, and general conference phones. These phones all utilize open SIP firmware in order to promote interoperability with industry providers. They also have national language support and an extremely low rate of energy consumption.
 

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