New ScopServ Monitoring Agents
Last year we introduced Public Monitoring Agents operated by third parties. This feature allows users to monitor network performance between their standard agents (located in offices and data centers) and Monitoring Agents located inside a third party infrastructure. This is a very effective way for users to monitor network metrics such as latency, jitter, packet loss and throughput from their service or cloud provider infrastructure.
Today, we are announcing a new Monitoring Agent operated by ScopServ. Started in 2002, ScopServ International Inc. was officially founded in 2006. The company has become a market leader in the industry of IP telephony solutions development (VoIP). SCOPTEL's applications suite, an IPBX complete management unit, based on the Asterisk technology. SCOPTEL’s intuitive Web interface takes advantage of all the Asterisk modules, while enabling the spreading of its functionalities.
ScopServ’s flagship softwares allows to meet all needs in the field of telephony, from the very small business to the largest multi-national company. To better serve its customers around the world, ScopServ works with a network of qualified resellers and distributors. The company has also established certified training and support centers in order to maintain the highest quality standards.With its professional services division, ScopServ can accompany you, via its integrator partners, from planning for the realization of turnkey projects using its IP telephony solutions.
Used in over 45 countries, ScopServ’s VoIP solutions are recognized as reliable and economical alternative to traditional telephony. The integrated system SCOPTEL IPBX provides one of the most stable environments and richest on the market.
ScopServ has installed an Obkio Monitoring Agent in their primary data center in Montreal, Canada.
This is the easiest solution to proactively monitor network performance by establishing a performance baseline. It reduces the troubleshooting delays and helps identify issues before they affect end users.