Zeugma Adds Telchemy

Zeugma adds Telchemy quality monitoring to open application sandbox

September 9, 2008

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VANCOUVER -- Zeugma Systems, a privately held supplier of open telecommunications solutions, today announced the addition of Telchemy’s quality of experience (QOE) monitoring tools to the Zeugma Open Application Sandbox (OAS). The Zeugma OAS, a protected application environment running on an extensible compute grid directly within the Zeugma Services Node (ZSN), facilitates rapid development of new services and integration of third-party applications. Telchemy’s VQmon applications provide broadband service providers (BSPs) with robust mechanisms for monitoring QOE on VOIP, internet video, IPTV, and video on demand (VOD) traffic.

According to Sig Luft, Zeugma founder and CTO, “There is clearly increased interest among BSPs in quality of service (QOS)-specific ‘channels’ on top of basic high-speed internet access—channels capable of delivering internet video, VOD, IPTV, and VOIP service quality commensurate with subscriber expectations. Paramount to allowing BSPs to generate sustained revenue from these service channels is the assurance of subscriber QOE. Network platforms, such as the ZSN, delivering QOS channels must also monitor and enforce QOE in order to afford BSPs a complete solution. Telchemy’s VQmon technology is well-accepted, robust, and accurate, providing our customers with essential data on the quality of their services.”

Zeugma Systems Inc.

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