Session-delivery network provider Acme Packet has introduced Palladion Enterprise for real-time monitoring, troubleshooting and analysis of enterprise VoIP and unified communications (UC) networks.
Acme Packet says Palladion Enterprise provides dashboards and metrics with deep visibility into the network, enabling enterprises to reduce operations costs, increase user satisfaction and detect voice fraud.
Palladion Enterprise consists of two new enterprise solutions: Communications Operations Monitor to oversee the network and provide deep troubleshooting capabilities in real-time, and Fraud Detection and Prevention to identify and guard against voice fraud.
Among the solution's features are end-to-end call correlation and analytics in real-time; segmentation of the network path for fast and accurate problem localization; and on-demand troubleshooting down to the individual user.
“Acme Packet’s Palladion Enterprise simplifies the process of implementing a solution for protecting and monitoring networks by enabling probes on the E-SBC, which is already a vital part of VoIP and UC networks," said Lynn Smurthwaite-Murphy, SVP, U.S. and Canada, Westcon Group.
Oracle announced last month that it plans to buy Acme Packet for $1.7 billion.
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