Empirix Adds SCCP

Empirix Hammer FX-IP 2.2 VOIP feature test system adds Cisco Skinny Client Protocol support

August 29, 2005

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SAN DIEGO -- From VoiceCon Fall 2005, Empirix(R) Inc., the leading provider of integrated testing and management solutions for Web and voice applications and VoIP networks, today announced the addition of support for Cisco Skinny Client Control Protocol (SCCP) and advanced voice recognition to its award-winning Hammer FX-IP(TM) 2.2 VoIP feature test system. The Hammer FX-IP, recognized as a 2004 TMC Labs' Innovation Award winner, is the industry's most widely-used VoIP and next-generation services feature test platform. VoiceCon 2005 attendees can see Empirix's Hammer VoIP test solutions, including Hammer FX-IP 2.2, at Booth #803.

The Hammer FX-IP's unique advanced speech recognition capabilities facilitate automated testing of speech applications running on VoIP networks, and help ensure that IVR application performance is not adversely affected by VoIP infrastructure implementation. The system now also supports testing and analysis using the NCS protocol and the MGCP FXR fax package for T.38 fax. With these additions, the Hammer FX-IP 2.2 offers the broadest support in the industry across VoIP protocols, platforms and applications.

The Hammer FX-IP speeds complex functional and interoperability testing of multivendor IP-based components and systems. Its powerful combination of highly configurable signaling and comprehensive media capabilities makes it ideal for testing a broad range of applications and devices, including conferencing, messaging, Class 5 features, IVRs, IP Centrex and IP PBXs.

Empirix Inc.

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