NavTEL

AcronymDefinition
NavTELNAVigational Test and Evaluation Laboratory
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6 million calls per hour, each 60s in duration) with up to 192,000 unique registered user-agent endpoints driven by a Navtel InterWatch R14 for inbound calling (to subscribed accounts).
CommuniGate and Navtel will join forces to detail CGP VoIP performance for registration, call completion, and SIP and media proxying, to be used by customers in sizing and implementing large-scale deployments of SIP-based VoIP to telco-level capacities.
Navtel will provide CommuniGate customers with the industry's most realistic emulation environment in combination with an extensive set of troubleshooting diagnostics.
The devices that contributed to the GMPLS setup included Cisco Systems CRS-1 platform, Juniper Networks M series routers, Navtel Communication, and the Sycamore Networks SN 16000 Intelligent Optical Switch.
The event, sponsored by Navtel and Siemens, was hosted by Qwest in the United States, BT in the United Kingdom, NTT in Japan and KT in Korea.
Mocana's ease of use, scalability and small footprint is becoming increasingly important to deliver the performance that today's global VoIP market demands," said Prabh Deep Singh, Vice President of R&D at Navtel Communications.
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PA, NYSE: ALA), Avici Systems (NASDAQ: AVCI), Chiaro Networks, CIENA Corporation (NASDAQ: CIEN), Cisco Systems, Data Connection, Extreme Networks (NASDAQ: EXTR), Ixia (NASDAQ: XXIA), Juniper Networks (NASDAQ: JNPR), Laurel Networks, Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU), Mangrove Systems, Marconi, Movaz Networks, MRV Communications (NASDAQ: MRVC), Navtel Communications, NetworkPhysics, NextHop Technologies, NexTone Communications, PIL (NTT, NEC, Fujitsu, Furukawa, Mitsubishi), Nortel Networks (NYSE: NT), Quarry Technologies, Redback Networks (NASDAQ: RBAK), Spirent Communications (NYSE: SPM), Sycamore Networks, and Tellabs.
The companies participating in the testing include Alcatel, Avici Systems, Chiaro Networks, Cisco Systems, Ciena, Extreme Networks, Fujitsu, Foundry Networks, Ixia, Juniper Networks, Marconi, Movaz Networks, MRV Communications, Navtel Communications, Quarry Technologies, Redback Networks, Spirent Communications, Sycamore Networks and Tellabs.
The testing included Japanese service provider Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT), as well as optical equipment and IP routing companies LAMBDA OPTICALSYSTEMS, Agilent Technologies, Juniper Networks, Navtel Communications, Sycamore Networks, and Tellabs Inc.
PA, NYSE: ALA), APC, Avici Systems (NASDAQ:AVCI), Chiaro Networks, CIENA Corporation (NASDAQ: CIEN), Cisco Systems, Data Connection, Extreme Networks (NASDAQ: EXTR), Ixia (NASDAQ: XXIA), Juniper Networks (NASDAQ: JNPR), Laurel Networks, Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU), Marconi, Movaz Networks, MRV Communications (NASDAQ: MRVC), Navtel Communications, NetworkPhysics, NextHop Technologies, NexTone Communications, PIL (NTT, NEC, Fujitsu, Furukawa, Mitsubishi), Nortel Networks (NYSE: NT), Quarry Technologies, Redback Networks (NASDAQ: RBAK), Spirent Communications (NYSE: SPM), Sycamore Networks, and Tellabs.
NTT) and optical equipment and IP routing companies Agilent Technologies, Juniper Networks, Lambda Optical Systems, Navtel Communications, Sycamore Networks, and Tellabs Inc.