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NetSocket Service Visibility Solution Suite Earns Avaya Compliant Status

February 23, 2012

NetSocket, a supplier of real-time IP service assurance and provider assurance solutions, recently announced that its Service Visibility Solution Suite (SVSS) is now compliance-tested by Avaya (News - Alert) for compatibility with Aura Communication Manager 6.0.1 and Aura Session Manager 6.1.5.0. In addition, the company has also received the Avaya DevConnect Compliant Award.

In a press release, officials with NetSocket had stated that many companies providing hosted and cloud-based VoIP/UCaaS, video, and collaboration services have already deployed and benefited from the interoperability of NetSocket and Avaya solutions. These companies utilize NetSocket solutions to assure their services with real-time visibility to understand the network impact.

"Ensuring a quality end-user experience from cloud services is critical to every enterprise," said John White, CEO and president of NetSocket, in a press release. "SVSS's compatibility with Aura Communication Manager and Aura Session Manager provides an easy and cost-effective way to implement and manage a unified communications platform.

NetSocket’s SVSS delivers real-time visibility into and understanding of IP traffic in cloud, multi-cloud and hybrid network environments. It facilitates enterprises and cloud/service providers with faster troubleshooting of network performance issues.

The company is enabling real-time visibility of end-user sessions for cloud computing applications through the issuance of a core technology patent, stated a recent article on TMCnet. This patent is with regard to a method of delivering a superior experience to users of collaboration services and real-time applications in cloud computing and hybrid IP networks.

Delivering a vastly improved end-user experience, NetSocket’s SVSS has the ability to anticipate, isolate, identify and facilitate remediation. This increases end-user satisfaction and also reduces operational costs by up to 75 percent.

As a Technology Partner in the Avaya DevConnect (News - Alert) program, NetSocket has the eligibility to submit products for compliance testing by the Avaya Solution Interoperability and Test Lab. At the lab, a team of Avaya engineers develop a comprehensive test plan for each application to verify whether it is Avaya compatible.

"Technology partners like NetSocket share our goal of assuring customers of successful product interoperability as well as help us provide cost-effective, integrated solutions," said Eric Rossman (News - Alert), vice president, developer relations, Avaya, in a statement. "The combination of Avaya and NetSocket solutions helps to ensure the quality, availability and performance of enterprises' mission critical real-time IP-based services."




Edited by Rich Steeves

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