The new eMOS voice quality estimation feature is the ideal tool for monitoring the health status of your Mediatrix units and operations
Canada’s leading VoIP supplier Media5 has just announced the launch of a new advanced feature for its globally known Mediatrix gateways: the estimated Mean Opinion Score. The eMOS extends the RFC 6035 and RTCP-XR capabilities of the Mediatrix CPE devices providing critical metrics for VoIP management to any external voice quality monitoring software.
The Mean Opinion Score is a commonly adopted measure for audio quality evaluation across devices, allowing for alerts and notifications with real-time feedback.
It monitors average call quality over time and other metrics such as packet loss, round-trip time, and jitter, sending warnings to a third-party system when the unit experiences a low mean opinion score (2 or below on a scale of 1 to 5).
Already available in the latest DGW 45.1 firmware, the eMOS licences can be factory-installed or purchased separately and installed on your deployed Mediatrix devices.
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