TransNexus (News - Alert), a provider of VoIP management solutions including a robust VoIP switch, has revealed that Shah Communications, a provider of Web hosting solutions, has selected the TransNexus ROBSS in order to implement a fast wholesale class 4 routing and reporting platform.
TransNexus’s Routing, Operations, and Billing Support System (ROBSS) platform consists of the OSPrey routing server and NexOSS software. The system gives Shah complete comprehensive least cost routing features with quality of service routing controls. The result is a centralized, highly scalable routing platform, with efficient, easy-to-use traffic and quality of service reporting.
The solution has enabled Shah Communications to save large amount of time and money, as well as away to address the problems with quality of service. Since TransNexus ROBSS sends real-time alerts, Shah Communications know what is happening with providers.
Kamal Shah, CEO of Shah Communications, said in a statement, “I can see all my stats right on the fly. When a customer calls with an issue, we already know and are working on it. We never had this kind of insight with our previous switches. In addition, the TransNexus solution is reasonably priced.”
NexOSS monitors call signaling performance and call quality from reported R-Factor, MOS, jitter, average packet loss, and delay statistics. The software constantly updates reports as it monitors CDRs in real-time. In addition, when call quality falls below a determined threshold, NexOSS sends e-mail and SNMP alarms and suspends the offending route from the routing table.
In related news, just last week TMCnet reported that Voiceserve Inc., an Internet telephony and software provider, introduced its latest VoIP switch at the GSMA Asia exhibition in Shanghai, China and CommunicAsia (News - Alert) 2012 in Singapore that were held this month.To read the full report, click here.