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GL Comms releases innovative VoIP services analysis and testing engine


GL Comms releases innovative VoIP services analysis and testing engine
Company GL Communications Inc. a prominent industry player in matters of PC-integrated testing, analysis and simulation utilities and consulting services to the telecommunications operators on the global scale, has announced the availability of its brand new PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) and ML (Multi-link)-PPP Packet data Analyzer software.
Providing the official press release aking to media persons, Mr. Vijay Kulkarni CEO of the company said, ” Packet Data Analyzer (PDA) is a real-time IP and VoIP management and analysis tool in MLPPP Analyzer that remotely and non-intrusively verifies and monitors live IP, VoIP, and IP based Video traffic. Differentiates, captures, and accumulates statistics on VoIP phone calls (SIP / H323 / Megaco / MGCP / T.38 Fax), ensures graphical view of analysis, including ladder diagrams of protocols, monitors QoS (quality of service) on voice and video calls. Its real-time procedures make it an outstanding engine for live tracking down of VoIP traffic as well as long-term traffic statistics archiving. It can also follow up, report, analyze, and capture calls for unlimited time periods, constrained only by the finite volume of your hard disk or network hard drive.” He described the situation, ”Thorough call statistics such as packet loss, gap, jitter, delay, RTP performance statistics, R-factor & MOS scores, and unsurpassed voice band statistics can be monitored simultaneously. Comprehensive filters allow zooming and recording of specific calls of interest. All or filtered traffic can be recorded into a trace file. Users can listen/record audio and video data of a session VoIP calls in real-time; execute power, frequency, spectral, tone and digit analysis, video analysis with absolute precision; get an exact picture of QOS (quality of the service) and the technical compliance (compliance with the defined protocols from the standardizing authority) of the system under test.” The array of features includes: supported protocols - SIP (Session Initiation Protocol RFC 2543 and RFC 3261), Megaco RFC 3525, Megaco RFC 3015, MGCP, H323/H225, and RTP. •Complete RTP Analysis with audio capture/playback supported for all common codecs.•Support video QoS for H.263+ and H.264 video codec; H.263 ensures video signal and video conference monitoring capability, while H264 is an industry standard codec for video procession, the codec delivers better compression performance over previous standards. Delivers the registration details of every SIP registration including the user agent, registrar, status, registered time, expiry time, time to live, remaining time, and Registration Request Delay (RRD). Supports saving the selected calls from traffic analyzer into *.HDL or *.PCAP formats. Ensures T.38 Analysis - The solution has the call graph and T.38 ladder diagram display. Consumer can decode T.38 frames acquired across VoIP calls and can have ladder diagram for T.38 traffic flow, reassemble the fragmented data and to identify the T.30 message from it. Displays summary of signaling, audio, and video parameters such as Source/Destination Video Channels, Media Type, SSRC, Average Delay/Gap, Packet Counts, Media Delivery Index (MDI- (Delay Factor : Media Loss Rate)), and Frame Rate are calculated and displayed for all video calls. Triggered Actions and E-mail Support. Monitor / record audio and video packages of a session to files (in QuickTime *.qt format), makes user to perform powerful video analysis.•R factors/MOS supported for more audio and video various codecs:G.711 (µ-law and A-Law - 64 Kbps), G.711 App II (A-law and µ-law with Voice Activity Detection). G.726 (40/32/24/16 kbps), GSM (13.2kbps), G729 (8kbps),G729B (8kbps) , G.722, G.722.1 (24 kbps and 32 kbps Wideband) and much more.


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