Product News: Software
Testing Software stress tests network to determine VoIP capability.
Press Release Summary:
April 17, 2009 - As part of Codima Toolbox, autoVoIP(TM) Blaster provides lets users stress test network limits to ensure VoIP readiness. Pre-assessment testing technology helps ensure VoIP technology can be successfully installed. In one test, real-time solution tests paths to explore phone loading limit for network as whole. The effect of varying Codec and Traffic Priority is also fully revealed in live report view as well as in MicrosoftÂ® Word report via same test, which can be run as long as desired.
Original Press Release
Codima Inc. (CDMA.PK) Launches New VoIP Stress Testing Tool - autoVoIP(TM) Blaster Sets the Standard in Pre-Assessment Testing
Press release date: April 1, 2009
autoVoIP(TM) Blaster brings new technology that set the standard in pre-assessment testing to ensure that the cost efficient VoIP technology can be successfully installed. In a single test, the tool stress tests the paths to explore the phone loading limit for the network as a whole.
In the same single test, the effect of varying Codec and Traffic Priority is fully revealed in a live report view, as well as in a highly comprehensive Microsoft(R) Word report. The test can run as long as desired with an hourly results breakdown over a rolling 7-day period, making it easy to see the effect of loading pattern variations. High loading levels in full duplex can be archived.
autoVoIP(TM) Blaster can be used for network evaluations and can measure the effect of adding more phones to an existing VoIP system. Whether expanding existing networks or adding new locations, autoVoIP(TM) Blaster verifies network performance.
Part of the fully automated and fully integrated solution Codima Toolbox, autoVoIP(TM) Blaster users can take advantage of the unified technology adding useful functions such as network inventory and mapping, traffic simulation and consultancy kits for VoIP and network quality assurance.
"autoVoIP(TM) Blaster is our latest example of the Codima product strategy to create cost efficient tools that address the cause of the problem at the same time simplifying the work of a network manager. Using groundbreaking technology autoVoIP(TM) Blaster is essential to test correct VoIP operation. A properly designed network even with QoS engineering can still go wrong very easily," said Codima's CTO Philip Friend.
"Reselling Codima Toolbox through our partners worldwide, enterprises and consultancies can take advantage of the cost efficient VoIP pre-assessment technology that Codima Toolbox brings. Preventing project delays and ensuring end user satisfaction can prove to be the deal breaker for many VoIP installations," comments Christer Mattsson, CEO of Codima Inc.
autoVoIP(TM) Blaster is available through Codima resellers worldwide.
autoVoIP(TM) Blaster Highlights
-- Stress tests using real RTP frames to generate high loading level in full duplex -- Tests multiple paths -- Automatically explores the effect of varying Codec and priority traffic in a single test -- Provides a Microsoft(R) Word Report showing overall test results as an hourly break down over a rolling 7-day period -- 100% Real time operation
ABOUT CODIMA Inc.
Codima Inc. (Pink Sheets: CDMA) provides best practice software tools to help organizations manage their IT networks. Codima Toolbox delivers fully automated and fully integrated tools for VoIP network pre-assessment and post-deployment as well as network inventory, mapping and monitoring using Microsoft(R) Office Visio(R). Codima Toolbox serves financial institutions, governmental agencies, service providers and large organizations in addition to small and medium companies. The company is a Microsoft Certified Partner and an Avaya Gold Partner. Codima, headquartered in Philadelphia, PA, has offices in London, Copenhagen, Johannesburg, Munich, Paris, Stockholm, Sydney and Tokyo and supports partners globally.
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CONTACT: Christer Mattsson, CEO, Codima Inc., +1-610-678-6900, firstname.lastname@example.org