Getting a Grip on VoIP

Q&A On-Demand Webcast
with Jim Metzler and Steven Taylor for NetQoS
Presented October 2007, Posted October 2007
 

Abstract:

 

More than any other type of application, VoIP quality of experience demands optimal network performance. Adding more bandwidth wonít solve all of your VoIP performance issues. Deploying server agents and probes is costly and burdensome. So, what are your other options?

 

During this Q&A webcast, our VoIP panel of experts addresses pressing issues when deploying and monitoring VoIP performance on your network, such as:

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How is VoIP different from other applications on your network? Can you monitor your usersí VoIP quality of experience?

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Why is it as important to measure call setup as it is to measure call quality?

 

The session is moderated by Steven Taylor, Webtorials Editor-in-Chief and author of the series, VoIP State-of-the-Market Reports.  The panel consists of Jim Metzler, Vice President of Ashton, Metzler & Associates and co-founder of Kubernan, a consulting and analyst venture guiding the innovative development and usage of IT products and services; Jim McQuaid, NetQoS Senior Product Manager, VoIP; and Jeff Hicks, NetQoS VoIP Architect and author of "Taking Charge of Your VoIP Project: Strategies and Solutions for Successful VoIP Deployments."

 

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