Tuesday, January 4, 2005

Korea's TTA Selects RADCOM for VoIP Testing

The Korean Telecommunications Technology Association (TTA) has selected RADCOM's Omni-Q to verify operator compliance with VoIP quality of service standards set by Korea's Ministry of Information and Telecommunication. The TTA, a non-governmental IT standards setting body, is responsible for testing products from leading Korean manufacturers and service providers. It will use the Omni-Q to conduct pre-licensing certification testing of more than twenty VoIP service providers.

RADCOM's Omni-Q is a distributed voice quality monitoring system that intelligently manages end-to-end voice and signaling quality on packet and circuit switched networks.