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Empirix IP Applications Test Portfolio Now Rated “Avaya Compliant”

Posted in Software testing,testing tool by testing in London on July 12, 2007

From CNN

Empirix, which helps organisations adopt complex communications solutions with confidence, today announced that its Hammer® Test Portfolio is compliant with key IP communications solutions from Avaya.

The Hammer Test Portfolio has been specifically designed to speed up testing of the development and validation of IP-based components and systems, reducing time to market for network equipment manufacturers and service providers. It provides a powerful combination of highly configurable signalling and comprehensive media capabilities, making it ideal for testing the performance and interoperability of a broad range of devices and services.

Empirix’s Hammer Test Portfolio encompasses call and session generation, voice quality and class feature testing. It is now interoperable with Avaya Communication Manager 4.0 IP telephony software, the Avaya S8710 Server and Avaya SIP Enablement Services 3.1.2, a standards-based communications architecture that bridges the public switched telephone network (PSTN) and Internet worlds.

The Hammer Test Portfolio’s compatibility with Avaya IP telephony solutions provides Avaya customers with a cost-effective, integrated approach for ensuring a successful network implementation. By offering a broad range of application test coverage across both SIP and H.323, Hammer confirms the scalability, reliability and quality of Avaya’s platform and enables rapid deployment.

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