, the global leader in VoIP Fault and Performance Management technology, announced that it has licensed more than 2 million units of VQmon VoIP performance management software. License revenues for VQmon have more than doubled for the first three quarters of 2005, compared to the same period last year, and the Company forecasts this growth rate to continue in 2006. Leading VoIP product manufacturers and test equipment vendors have integrated VQmon into over 50 different product lines -- a wide range of probes, analyzers, IP phones, residential and media gateways, routers and session/border controllers making it the most widely deployed VoIP analysis technology.
"VQmon has been a proven and trusted technology for VoIP performance monitoring," said Fred Zimmerman, executive director, customer premises solutions, Texas Instruments' Packet Voice and Video Group. "TI is pleased to be working with Telchemy as a VoIP performance management partner due to the strength of their technology, which efficiently produces comprehensive and accurate metrics, their technical leadership and the quality of their products and support."
VQmon gives both service providers and enterprise network managers the sophisticated management infrastructure needed to deliver reliable Voice and Video services, monitor service quality and service level agreements and quickly diagnose problems affecting service quality. It detects, monitors and resolves call quality and network related problems for networked multi-media services, including Voice and Video over IP, IP Centrex, 3G Cellular, Voice over WLAN, and streaming audio/video.
"The rapid adoption of VQmon has played an important role in the improvement of VoIP call quality," said Jessy Cavazos, Program Manager of Frost & Sullivan. "The expansion of VQmon into video and wireless IP performance monitoring shows that Telchemy remains a leading innovator for this rapidly growing marketplace."
VQmon provides listening and conversational call quality metrics in both R factor and MOS formats as well as detailed diagnostic information, giving network managers both high level metrics and the ability to drill down to identify specific problems. It is the first VoIP Performance Management software to support the new VoIP management protocols, providing the essential metrics for the International Engineering Task Force (IETF) RFC 3611 (RTCP XR) media path reporting protocol and QoS reporting protocols for SIP, H.323, MGCP, Megaco and PacketCable.
"This is an important milestone for Telchemy, solidifying our position as one of the top worldwide suppliers of VoIP performance management technology," said Alan Clark, President and CEO of Telchemy, Incorporated. "We look forward to continuing to break new ground in improving the quality of IP communications as it expands to video, 3G wireless, and voice over WiFi."