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Swissqual Watches WiMax

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ZUCHWIL, Switzerland -- SwissQual, the independent Swiss network quality measurement company, has announced that it's Diversity Network Optimisation and Benchmarking system now supports WiMAX technology. The Diversity platform offers the monitoring and analysis of data, video and voice, including VoIP, services using proven SwissQual voice and video quality algorithms.

Diversity is designed to help service providers identify interference issues and cell site configuration problems enabling a rapid deployment and smooth on going maintenance of the network. More importantly, it can also show a direct comparison of the quality delivered by a new WiMAX network versus that available from existing networks running other technologies.

Said Pero Juric, SwissQual VP of Product Management: "With SwissQual's Diversity platform, WiMAX service providers will not only be able to efficiently roll out a new network, but will also be able to directly see how the service delivered by their WiMAX network compares with the service from existing networks using alternative technologies such as 3G. Diversity can show how the "human centric" quality measures such as service coverage, service drop rates, clarity, download speed and latency vary for different networks based on a wide range of technologies. These measurements are informed by our original research into human perceptions of quality and allow service providers to achieve the optimum balance between network cost and service quality."

SwissQual Holding AG

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