Digigram has released the Codec Fleet Manager. Able to be hosted privately on any virtual machine or operated as SaaS in the cloud, the Web-based application enables structured management of AoIP contribution codecs, explains Digigram.
Accessible from anywhere through the Web browser of Internet-connected devices such as PCs, tablets, and smartphones, the application automatically synchronizes phone books, connection profiles, and “favorite” groups of codecs to ease deployment and day-to-day operation of the full codec fleet.
Digigram points out that the Codec Fleet Manager supports phone book creation and management similar to the “contacts” interface on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. This element of the Codec Fleet Manager describes all the characteristics of the contacts included in a fleet of codecs and also provides the control over connection profile details, favorites, and associated filters.
With the new application, authorized users can preconfigure and edit contact settings for the entire codec fleet and apply those settings across the whole fleet at once. The administrator manages read/write access. As a consequence, says the company, at the codec level, the user interface mimics simple mobile phone operation, assuring ease of use.