Visualware, a Network Application and Performance Assessment Management Company, will headline a feature presentation in the Technology Showcase at Telecom Exchange LA on November 15, 2016, at the Montage Beverly Hills. Julian Palmer, CTO of Visualware will deliver a technical presentation on "The Importance of Accurate Network Assessment".
Jaymie Scotto & Associates (JSA), the preeminent marketing, public relations and event-planning firm serving the telecommunications and technology industries, and founder and host of Telecom Exchange (TEX), the premier industry networking event where communications and technology meet, today announces that its Technology Showcase partner, Visualware, will present on “The Importance of Accurate Network Assessment”
"Is the assessment of connection quality more important than the speed? That's the central question I'll address," said Palmer.
"When business-critical applications are aggravated by a poor user experience, the company risks its reputation coming under fire. The cost benefits can quickly diminish, and the enterprise customers who are costly to win are frustrated and unhappy," said Palmer.
"The explosion of real-time based applications, such as VoIP, video and collaboration tools, has established substantial demand for consistent network services," said Julian Palmer, CTO. "A solution that measures bandwidth capacity is simply an inadequate approach to an important business need -- the success of an application's service and a healthy user experience is wholly dependent on the assessment of network quality, efficiency and consistency not bandwidth capacity." Palmer continued.
"I am excited about the possibilities and future of the MCS NetQCheck Pi appliance because of its lower price points with high impact testing capability, which can accurately measure network quality and performance on-demand or 24x7," said Julie Lancaster, Vice President of Sales. "It can deliver an ideal solution for large deployments, at-home workforce, pre-qualification for customer network validation and many more."
"The app-centric nature of the BCS is a major focus for Visualware, as this will eventually provide a client-app architecture that will serve the standard desktop client," said Julian Palmer, CTO. "This will extend the test model to allow testing to be highly functional in the client and at the same time providing management capability from the central support team, not just the remote users."
"I am very pleased that Virginia has agreed to join our team," said Hank Harris CEO. "Her vitality, enthusiasm, skills and expertise will move Visualware to the next level. Virginia's senior marketing leadership will be a fundamental catalyst for aligning our hardware and software products to drive growth opportunities and brand recognition."