Clarus Systems Supports Widely Deployed UC Applications
Clarus Systems, Inc., introduced a new version of its flagship product, ClarusIPC Plus+ (Version 4). Clarus Systems provides integrated Voice over IP (VoIP) management software and services for Unified Communications.
Available for immediate release, its new feature-rich ClarusIPC Plus+ incorporates essential testing and monitoring features for Unified Communications and supports vendors such as Cisco and HP.
The company notes that the latest version will allow users to monitor the performance of critical enterprise Unified Communications applications. Version 4 also has the capability to integrate with major network management systems.
Recently, HP certified Clarus Systems for deep integration with Network Node Manager i version 9, which permits users to seamlessly move through a combined suite of HP and Clarus network management tools.
"Enterprises want a comprehensive management solution to test and monitor IP Telephony/VoIP capabilities, as well as critical Unified Communications applications," said Gurmeet S. Lamba, senior vice president of Product Development at Clarus Systems, in a press release. "With this release, we add support for the most widely deployed UC applications. We will continue to follow the lead of our customers and support additional UC apps, from Cisco and others as they are deployed and implemented."
"ClarusIPC Plus+ version 4.0 mirrors our corporate value proposition - and that is to ensure the highest quality of voice services for end users," said Brendan Reidy, CEO of Clarus Systems, in a statement. "With enterprises continually monitoring resources and costs, we design our offerings by listening to customer feedback and then taking it up a notch with our development team. One consistent request we hear centers on keeping all the voice management features in one package. By integrating the unified communications suite of capabilities, we make the process easy to manage for all IT professionals tasked with keeping the UC environment up and running."
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Edited by Jaclyn Allard