VoIP technology requires new management tools VoIP technology holds great promise for the future of telephony. But it also is creating great headaches for telephony managers. Integrating VoIP into an existing legacy TDM network is no small task, especially when equipment may have originated from a variety of vendors. On top of that, VoIP brings with it a host of new security threats not dissimilar to the threats IT managers face everyday. To top it off, VoIP has raised the expectations of upper management that voice networks will now cost less and perform better. To solve these complex challenges and to exceed expectations, telephony managers are turning to SecureLogix for VoIP management solutions.
SecureLogix makes managing and integrating VoIP easy
SecureLogix Corporation designs VoIP solutions that allow telephony managers to easily integrate technology, secure networks and optimize performance. The ETM (Enterprise Telephony Management) System, the company's flagship product, combines platform appliances and management software to simplify VoIP management and integration and to protect voice networks and enterprise resources from telephony-borne attacks.
More than one-half million corporate phone lines around the world are currently managed and secured by SecureLogix ETM System products. VoIP solutions by SecureLogix are utilitized by organizations in nearly every industry. The company has received many additional industry awards and in 2004, SecureLogix was named a "Cool Vendor in Telecommunications" by Gartner.
A suite of robust applications for managing VoIP systems
Cost-efficient and highly scalable, SecureLogix ETM System 5.0 is a voice management solution that integrates management of TDM and VoIP networks, provides administrators with improved control, and makes VoIP technology more secure. The ETM System application suite includes:
Voice Firewall – the world's first firewall for voice networks that can recognize and repel threats to both VoIP and TDM networks.
Call Recorder – a security tool that lets administrators record specific calls based on established policies.
Voice IPS – an intrusion prevention system that can recognize anomalies in call patterns and help block threats like toll fraud, war dialing and abuse/misuse of service.
Usage Manager – a comprehensive call accounting application that can unify call detail record collection across VoIP and TDM systems.
Performance Manager – a tool that gives administrators a real-time view to the health and status of a voice network.
Bottom Line - the ETM System gives telephony managers a powerful and comprehensive set of tools for securing, managing and optimizing a complex VoIP voice network, while requiring fewer administrative resources, reducing cost and enhancing ROI in VoIP technology.