Rockville, Maryland – (The Hosting News) – October 13, 2005 – Network and application performance company, Visual Networks, Inc., has announced that Wayne Fuller, its Executive Vice President of Product Operations, will be speaking at ISPCON Fall 2005 in Santa Clara, California.
Mr. Fuller’s presentation, ”Look Before You Leap: Assessing Network Readiness for VoIP,” will be given at 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, October 18.
For service providers that have operated traditional data networks, this session will help them understand the preparations they must undertake to prepare for VoIP rollouts and the steps they can take to differentiate their VoIP offerings.
ISPCON, an event for businesses delivering Internet-based services, applications, connectivity and web hosting, is being held October 18-20 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Mr. Fuller described the importance of his talk, ”As service providers deploy VoIP-focused offerings, it is important to understand technical fundamentals such as what protocols to monitor and the factors that affect VoIP performance as well as key business drivers such as how they can make their services both profitable and appealing to enterprises. While there are a lot of similarities between voice applications and data applications, it is important to take into account that there are also a number of significant differences that must be considered to effectively deploy VoIP services. Visual Networks is uniquely positioned to address this subject due to our extensive experience working with the industry’s leading service providers to develop and deliver robust application and network performance management services.”
Visual Networks, Inc. is a provider of network and application performance management solutions. The company’s technologies enable enterprises to reliably and securely manage the delivery and performance of key applications such as Voice over IP (VoIP) across their infrastructures.
For more information, please visit: http://www.visualnetworks.com.