QualityLogic, a provider of leading-edge QA and QC test tools and services for the imaging and telecom industries, has launched its DataProbe T30-T38 Analyzer. A multi-node, communication-channel analysis and reporting test tool, the DataProbe T30-T38 Analyzer uses passive monitoring and protocol analysis to help R & D, QA and field-service personnel quickly isolate operational fax problems.
The DataProbe T30-38 Analyzer monitors fax calls at both analog and IP levels, compares the details of the T.30 to T.38 and back transform, and provides expert analysis of the results with error detection and tracking. It records, displays and compares T.30 messages and T.38 packet contents as they appear across T.38 gateways during facsimile calls.
With the FaxSend optional utility, the DataProbe T30-T38 Analyzer can generate T.30 traffic, with known characteristics and varying loads, to test fax systems. Its distributed hardware architecture simplifies end-to-end testing of facsimile communication systems and quickly identifies problems caused by the network infrastructure.
A software application, the DataProbe T30-T38 Analyzer runs on any Windows 2000 or Windows XP workstation. Traffic monitoring is performed by a DataTrap self-contained hardware unit and a Network Interface Card (NIC) that resides in the DataProbe host computer. The DataTraps monitor T.30 analog facsimile traffic for detailed analysis.
QualityLogic provides leading-edge QA and QC test tools and services for the imaging and telecommunications industries. The company’s tools and services are used for conformance, performance, and interoperability testing – from low-level firmware testing to high-level multi-tier application testing. Its target markets are companies that develop and market printers, multifunction peripherals, and Telephony/IP products/services.
QualityLogic partners with leading technology firms to develop new and enhanced test solutions for emerging technologies. It offers pre-submission testing of printer and imaging device drivers for the new Windows Vista Logo Program 3.0, and is the first company to provide independent Microsoft XPS technology training for engineers and designers. In 2007, QualityLogic announced the development of the first pre-flight application for the XPS file format.
QualityLogic offers a certified page-yield testing service for printer ink and toner cartridges, as well as testing for consumables reliability, print quality and cost of ownership. In addition, it performs competitive assessment work for HP, Dell and other printer companies.