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February 23, 2012
AVAYA News - NetSocket SVSS Receives Avaya DevConnect Compliant Award
By Carolyn J Dawson, TMCnet Contributor
NetSocket’s Service Visibility Solution Suite or SVSS is now compliant with Avaya’s IP communications solutions, allowing enterprises cloud service providers to deliver quicker support and resolution of network problems. Avaya (News - Alert) tested SVSS’s conformance with Aura Communication Manager 6.0.1 and Aura Session Manager 220.127.116.11 before awarding the Avaya DevConnect Compliant Award to NetSocket. Enterprises can decrease their operational expenditures by nearly 75 percent and also enhance end-user contentment with SVSS, which predicts, segregates, recognizes and aids remediation.
In a release, John White, CEO and president of NetSocket said, “Ensuring a quality end-user experience from cloud services is critical to every enterprise. 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 and Avaya solutions have been used by organizations offering hosted and cloud-based VoIP/UCaaS, video, and collaboration services. Organizations are able to clearly view the impact of network on their services with instantaneous visibility provided by NetSocket SVSS.
Pioneering third-party products interoperable with Avaya technology can be built, marketed and sold by companies as part of the Avaya DevConnect (News - Alert) program. Products can be presented by Technology Partners like NetSocket, for conformity testing to the Avaya Solution Interoperability and Test Lab. Avaya compliancy is confirmed for each submitted application with the help of a complete test plan created by a group of Avaya engineers. Avaya-compliant products allow organizations to incorporate first-rate capabilities to their network without modifying existing infrastructure. New applications can be therefore implemented quickly, along with decreasing network intricacies and implementation expenditures.
In the release, Eric Rossman (News - Alert), VP of developer relations at Avaya commented, “Technology partners like NetSocket share our goal of assuring customers of successful product interoperability as well as help us provide cost-effective, integrated solutions. 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 Chris Freeburn