VeriWave announced the VOIP QOS Service Assurance Test

June 27, 2006

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PORTLAND, Or. -- VeriWave, Inc., the leading provider of performance analysis tools for wireless local area network (WLAN), today announced the VoIP QoS Service Assurance Test, a suite of tests designed to validate and ensure Service Level Agreements (SLAs) in high performance Voice-over-WLAN (VoWLAN) networks. The test suite equips vendors, integrators and enterprises with a tool allowing them to extend the same predictable performance achieved in traditional Voice-over-IP (VoIP) enterprise applications to WLANs and converged wired / wireless network infrastructures.

Designed to increase test coverage and automate the test environment, the new test suite enables equipment manufacturers to identify bugs early in development and QA cycles, and to reduce time to market while cutting costs and optimizing deployment of triple-play wireless networks.

“With the promise of WLANs offering seamless, mobile integration of voice, video and traditional data applications across a converged network, the need to properly differentiate traffic types and provide predictable quality to each service type is crucial,” said Eran Karoly, Vice President of Marketing for VeriWave. “Until now, equipment manufacturers, service providers, and enterprises have not been able to verify voice traffic quality differentiation and SLAs. The VoIP QoS Service Assurance Test Suite lets these measurements be taken on a large scale and to enterprise standards, thus accelerating the availability of a new class of WLAN switches and Access Points.”

VeriWave Inc.

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