VOIPFUTURE and Simac Build on Partnership
Joint solution to support Vodafone’s efforts to continuously improve quality of service
Vodafone Netherlands have selected Simac and VOIPFUTURE for the deployment of their continuous quality improvement initiative. Both partners came into contact during their previous work for Vodafone and continue to build on their existing partnership from additional first-class projects in Europe.
The current project, which includes an array of VOIPFUTRE solutions including fixed-line and mobile monitoring tools, is shoring up Vodafone’s quality initiative with the most innovative technology available in the telecommunications industry.
Edwin Siebum: “Simac supply high-quality services in medium-size and large companies to improve operations. VOIPFUTURE’s technology is of great value for this project and fits perfectly well to our own standards.”
VOIPFUTURE’s state-of-the-art monitoring technology enables a new level of voice quality and service level commitments to end customers. VOIPFUTURE have deployments with fixed network, mobile and global operators.
Jan Bastian, CEO VOIPFUTURE: “We are very satisfied with Simac’s excellent performance as a partner and system integrator for this project. This partnership brings true value to our customers and we are looking forward to being awarded more projects together.”
- Emerging Company of the Year-Award, Frost & Sullivan, 2010
- “Best of Show” award at TMC’s ITEXPO in Los Angeles, 2010
- “Cool vendor”, Gartner, 2012
- “A vendor to watch”, Gartner, 2012
VOIPFUTURE develop leading edge technology for monitoring and analyzing voice quality in IP networks. The VOIPFUTURE products enable communication service providers and large enterprises to control and evaluate their network performance as well as their Voice over IP service quality. Our technology provides our customers with deep insight into their networks, delivering them the root causes and not just the symptoms of performance issues. In addition, our customers are protected from impaired traffic entering their domains, by enabling voice quality assurance at the network borders.