Network Physics Delivers Integrated Voice and Application Performance Management with NetSensory Solution Insight for VoIP

January 2007
Software World;Jan2007, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p16
The article reports on the announcement of the new NetSensory Solution Insight for Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) by Network Physics Inc. which integrates VoIP call quality metrics into network. The NetSensory Solution Insight for VoIP is an option for the NetSensory appliances, which require a simple Switch Port Analyzer/mirror port connection. Moreover, the NetSensory Solution Insight for VoIP is the latest application of Network Physics' unique Insight Technology, and exploits the integration capabilities of Insight technology to combine standard voice quality metrics.


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