1. CommWorks Introduces New VoIP Management
CommWorks has introduced a Common Element Manager 5215, a tool providing performance, fault and configuration management of the Total Control 1000 Media Gateway and a variety of softswitch modules. The technology allows for platform independent management of multiple CommWorks’ devices as well as objects that support SNMP MIB II in non-CommWorks devices. The system will be shipping this quarter.
3. Datatec Introduces Web-Based VoIP Install
Datatec has introduced a web-based installation process of VoIP systems that web enables management, tracking, configuration, and testing of the deployment process. The company’s eDeploy and Integrator’s Workbench 2000 software includes site surveys, gap analysis, site preperation, infrastructure cabling, equipment staging, configuration, installation, final system test, turn-up, and cutover.
5. NMS to Develop PICMG 2.16 Products
NMS has said that it will work with Channel Access, its exclusive U.S. distributor, to develop PICMG 2.16 versions of its IVR, VoIP and conferencing solutions.
7. NetIQ Introduces Authorized Reseller Program
NetIQ has introduced an authorized reseller program for VARs, integrators, and distributors of its infrastructure management, security management, VoIP management and web analytics solutions. The program has three tiers including authorized, select, and premier, with each level providing incremental financial rewards and marketing support.
NetIQ Reseller Program
9. Vianet Releases Video Conferencing Software
Vianet Technologies has introduced Video Interactive Multipoint 1.0, a video conferencing solution that provides up to 8 full duplex audio or video sessions in a LAN/WAN environment when at least 512KB of bandwidth is available per user. The software features multiple bandwidth settings, video window size adjustment, address book, speed dial, and one click buttons for start, stop and multi-party call. The technology will be available through corporate and ISP resellers.
11. NTT WT to Use iTelco’s Conferencing
iTelco Communications has announced that NTT Worldwide Telecommunications will offer its conferencing and collaboration platform known as IPC. NTT will offer the conferencing under the name ClearConference. The technology features digital recording of the conference, synchronized online presentation by any of the participants, private text messaging, integrated address book, and one click chairperson buttons for dial out, mute, disconnect, and hold.