Empirix today announced that the Empirix Hammer Test System is certified for integration with HP Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM) and HP Quality Center. Organizations can leverage Empirix Hammer within HP ALM and HP Quality Center frameworks to validate functionality and performance of voice over IP (VoIP), contact center and unified communications (UC) solutions under real-world conditions and traffic loads prior to deployment.
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“Pre-deployment testing with Empirix Hammer accelerates development, improves the user experience, and reduces overall costs,” said Tim Moynihan, vice president of marketing, of Empirix. “By delivering integration with HP ALM and HP Quality Center, Empirix provides companies with quality assurance and lifecycle management to realize the full value of their communications technology investments.”
End-to-end network performance testing
Empirix Hammer Test System is an end-to-end network performance solution that assesses the quality of voice, video, and data services. Empirix Hammer enables organizations to automate a wide range of testing capabilities to replicate how users interact with contact centers, unified communications and conferencing solutions. Empirix also enables security, regression and media quality test plans. Companies migrating from traditional telephony to VoIP and UC environments with Empirix Hammer Test System will be able to evaluate functionality in pilot projects to determine enterprise-wide readiness and ensure quality and performance at scale.
Empirix Hammer generates real calls, not just simulated packets, for organizations to evaluate the underlying infrastructure and each successive application layer until the entire environment is validated from end-to-end under expected load conditions. This methodology enables organizations to avoid failures and user complaints when implementing complex solutions whose quality are sensitive to bandwidth availability.
Gold Business Partner
Empirix is a Gold Business Partner in the HP Enterprise Management Alliance Program (EMAP). By working with HP, organizations have access to solutions and services needed to realize the full value of their technology and development investments.
The Empirix Hammer Test System is part of the Empirix System Architecture (ESA). ESA unifies the company’s industry-leading testing and monitoring technologies with predictive analytics and business intelligence capabilities. It empowers customers to take a modular approach to their deployments. This flexible, integrated solution enables companies to easily add new capabilities, as well as leverage their existing infrastructure investments to increase the availability of critical systems, delight customers and drive revenue growth.
Empirix is the recognized leader in end-to-end network performance visibility with the unique ability to analyze customer behaviors by application in real time. We help service providers, mobile operators and enterprises optimize business processes to reduce operational costs, maximize customer retention and grow top-line revenue. Through monitoring, analytics and intelligence, Empirix helps companies around the world realize the full value of their technology investments.
Empirix is a trademark of Empirix, Inc. in the United States and other countries.
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