General availability following successful 5-month beta period
September 14, 2017, Oslo, Norway – Media Network Services (MNS) today announced general availability of the UpTime.VC cloud service enabling organizations to increase the availability and readiness of their video conferencing endpoints and infrastructure.
UpTime.VC provides organizations with the power to schedule and orchestrate regular test calls with their video conferencing service to verify their readiness and to identify issues including packet loss and jitter. During the 5-month beta test period, users from organizations worldwide tested and provided invaluable feedback on UpTime.VC.
“Finding a dead video conference endpoint in the meeting room is not the best way to start any video meeting”, says Kjell Oksendal, CMO and SVP Global Alliances at MNS. “IT departments can with UpTime.VC schedule short automatic video test calls, e.g. every morning at 6 AM local time, to verify the readiness of their video conferencing endpoints. UpTime.VC sends out email alerts if an issue is detected enabling the video conferencing engineer to troubleshoot and fix the issue before it is put in production”.
Organizations and service providers can leverage the easy-to-use UpTime.VC user interface or alternatively integrate with and control UpTime.VC from existing platforms and interfaces using its APIs. UpTime.VC is available via MNS resellers around the world.
Visit www.uptime.vc for further details of the UpTime.VC cloud service.
Media Network Services (MNS) provides a wide range of a value-added cloud applications for Visual Collaboration (VC) including QoS.VC global network, REC.VC recording & streaming, Selfie.VC endpoint self-testing, and UpTime.VC scheduling & orchestration of test calls for increased VC readiness.