So we've sorted some wheat from the "me too" chaff, as good news farmers are supposed to, and picked out some of the highlights.
And Acterna Corp. launched its VOIP troubleshooting software, dubbed the PVA-1000, to give service testers a single tool that can pick out problems with VOIP signaling and call quality (see Acterna Troubleshoots VOIP).
Of the other session controller players, Netrake Corp. broadened its appeal to carriers planning a voice assault on homes as well as businesses (see Netrake Upgrades for Residential VOIP), NexTone Communications Inc. added to its carrier customer list (see PointOne Chooses Nextone), and Jasomi Networks turned down the lights and slipped into something more comfortable in an effort to attract some OEM deals (see Jasomi Gets VOIP Happy).
And if you think that's the end of the VOIP news tsunami, think again. Keep an eye on the newsfeed section and watch the announcements fly in for the rest of the week and beyond...
— Ray Le Maistre, International Editor, Boardwatch