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Umfassende, neue NeTracker(TM) Suite von Sunrise Telecom(R) Incorporated ermöglicht Triple-Play-Herstellern und Service Providern effiziente Emulation und Problembehandlung von Netzwerkservices

Umfassende, neue NeTracker(TM) Suite von Sunrise Telecom(R) Incorporated ermöglicht Triple-Play-Herstellern und Service Pro

SAN JOSE, Kalifornien, August 9 /PRNewswire/ --

- In NeTracker integrierte Suiten für Video-Over-IP-Tests und Analysen lassen mehrere Anwender Emulation und Kontrolle parallel über nur ein Gerät durchführen, um so schnellere, höhere Servicequalität bieten zu können

Sunrise Telecom(R) Incorporated (Nasdaq: SRTI), das führende Unternehmen im Bereich Test- und Kontrolllösungen für Sprach-, Video- und Datenservices und digitale Multimedien der nächsten Generation, kündigte heute die einzige vollständige, in nur einer Einheit integrierte Lösung an, die für die Problembehandlung und Prüfung von Netzwerkanwendungen der nächsten Generation (NGN-Anwendungen) konzipiert ist: die Video-Over-IP-Test- und Analysesuiten in NeTracker(TM). Diese fortschrittliche Suite integriert Protokollanalyse wie auch Simulation und bietet so fokussierte Analyse und Prüfung von über das Internet-Protokoll (IP) bereitgestellten NGN-Services, einschliesslich digitales Video-Broadcasting, Video on Demand und Videokonferenzservices.

"Für Telekombetreiber, die Services über das IP-Netzwerk einsetzen, sind Backbone-Effizienz und dem Endanwender gebotene Servicequalität die Herausforderungen, welche die nächste Generation lösen muss", so Andrea Baccolini, Product Manager NeTracker and Triple Play Services Over IP, für Sunrise Telecom Pro.Tel Division. "Die Video-Over-IP-Suiten von Sunrise Telecom ermöglichen es Herstellern und Service Providern, SLA und Serviceleistung ihrer Netzwerke zu prüfen und aufrechtzuerhalten. Mit dieser neuen Suite setzt NeTracker einen neuen Standard für Diagnostikinstrumente in Triple-Play-Anwendungen."

Die Video-Over-IP-Test- und Analysesuiten können konzeptionsgemäss von mehreren Anwendern genutzt werden. Sie vereinfachen und beschleunigen Emulation und Kontrolle, da Betreiber über nur ein Gerät mehrere Tests parallel ausführen können. Die Simulationsfähigkeiten der Video-Over-IP-Test- und Analysesuiten sind für die Prüfung von Medien-Gateways und fast allen mit Traffic-Switching und -Management in Zusammenhang stehenden Netzwerkelementen ideal. Die Kontrollfunktionen lassen Betreiber und Techniker Probleme im Video-Traffic im oberen Bereich von IP-Netzwerken in Echtzeit behandeln um so sicherzustellen, dass Probleme fast unverzüglich identifiziert und korrigiert werden.

Der Einsatz von NeTracker mit diesen neuen Testsuiten ermöglicht es Technikern im Bereich Telekom und Wartung, Netzwerkplanung und Servicequalität erstmals, echten Netzwerk-Traffic in einer Laborumgebung zu emulieren um so sicherzustellen, dass Leistungsprobleme vor dem Einsatz korrigiert werden. Darüber hinaus bieten die Video-Over-IP-Test- und Analysesuiten nach der Inbetriebnahme Echtzeitkontrolle des tatsächlichen Anwender-Traffic und lässt Techniker so etwaige Probleme identifizieren und korrigieren, sobald sie von der Analyse erkannt werden.

Video-Over-IP-Test- und Analysesuiten geben Betreibern eine umfassende Auswahl an Analysemöglichkeiten, u. a. intrusive Offlinetests und intrusive Echtzeitanalysen. Durch die Bereitstellung intrusiver Qualitätsbeurteilungen des über das IP simulierten Video können Hersteller von Netzwerkelementen und Service Provider feststellen, ob ihre Implementation des Video-Codec-Algorithmus korrekt ist. Die nicht intrusiven Beurteilungen der Servicequalität unterstützen Service Provider, Kabel- und Telekombetreiber parallel dabei, vom IP-Netzwerk potenziell oder tatsächlich verursachte Beeinträchtigungen zu identifizieren, welche die dem Endkunden gebotene Servicequalität verringern könnten.

Durch die Emulation echter Traffic-Situationen in einer Laborumgebung, wie sie diese Suiten zulässt, kann Sunrise Telecoms NeTracker Audio- und Videostreams oder Audio- und Videosessions erzeugen, bei denen Streamdateien der rohen Videodatei mit Hilfe der am häufigsten verwendeten Codecs kodiert und kodierte Videodateien über das paketvermittelte Netzwerk gesendet werden. Dieses Tool ermöglicht die Erzeugung von gemäss der Spezifikationen ITU H.263, H.261, H.264 und ISO MPEG2, MPEG 4 entsprechend der Protokolle SIP, H.323 und MGCP für die Signalisierung von Streams kodierten Videostreams.

Näheres über Sunrise Telecom Incorporated

Sunrise Telecom entwickelt Test- und Kontrolllösungen, die sicherstellen, dass die Kunden des Unternehmens Sprach-, Video- und Datenservices sowie digitale Multimedia-Services der nächsten Generation schnell, zuverlässig und kosteneffektiv bereitstellen können. Die einfach anzuwendenden Lösungen des Unternehmens bieten eine Vielzahl an Funktionen und ermöglichen es Service Providern, Telekommunikations-, Kabelfernseh- und Internet-Netzwerke und neue Breitbandservices, einschliesslich Netzwerke für drahtlosen Zugriff, DSL-, Glasfaser-, Kabelfernseh-, Kabelmodem- und Signalisierungsnetzwerke, vorab zu qualifizieren, zu prüfen und zu diagnostizieren, um so die Zufriedenheit ihrer Kunden zu gewährleisten.

Die Produkte von Sunrise Telecom maximieren die Effektivität von Wartungstechnikern und bieten erweiterte Netzwerkkontrollen, um Netzwerkprobleme proaktiv zu identifizieren und auf sie zu reagieren, ehe sie die Nutzung des Netzes beeinträchtigen. Das in San Jose, Kalifornien, niedergelassene Unternehmen vertreibt seine Produkte über ein Netz an Vertriebsvertretern, Vertriebshändlern und Mitarbeitern im direkten Verkauf in ganz Asien, Europa und Nordamerika. Nähere Informationen über Sunrise Telecom finden Sie unter www.sunrisetelecom.com.

HINWEIS: Sunrise Telecom, SunSet MTT und SunSet sind eingetragene Warenzeichen von Sunrise Telecom Incorporated. Bei allen sonstigen in dieser Mitteilung erwähnten Waren-, Produkt- und Servicenamen kann es sich um Warenzeichen oder eingetragene Warenzeichen ihrer jeweiligen Eigentümer handeln.

Website: http://www.sunrisetelecom.com

Sunrise Telecom Incorporated

Andrea Baccolini, Product Manager, via Peri, 41 Modena - 41100 - ITALIEN, +39-059-403752 oder +39-348-1402515 oder [email protected], oder Carlo Rossi, Marketing Communication Manager, via Peri, 41 Modena - 41100 - ITALIEN, +39-059-403765 oder [email protected], beide Sunrise Telecom Pro.Tel Division

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