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"...All statistics that we need can be found in a few seconds, which dramatically multiplied efficiency of our NOC engineers..."

Sergey Losev,
Skyward Services, Russia

"...Before 5gVision we were almost blind. Currently we can see our business history and predict the future with a few clicks..."

Alex,
Anglia connect, Great Britain

"...Half a year ago we started with the full VoIP suite: switch, routing, billing. We are deeply impressed with the way everything is designed and every small detail is thought of..."

5gVision suggests three great ways to get familiar with its products:

A read-only demo of the monitoring and log collection part only. There are multiple links to this demo from the site pages, and you may try it right away.

Live demo

A fully functional demo where you may save your changes. You would need a login and password to work with this demo, please request them below.

A full-blown free 30-day trial on your real or generated traffic for the switch/billing products, or on your existing CDRs for the monitoring products.


To install a trial of the monitoring and alerting system, we might need up to a week to do the integration with your CDR format depending on your switch brand. If we already support your switch, you may get a trial up and running withing 1-2 days. The switch/billing brands currently supported are:

  • 46 Labs (former Switchray, Aloe, Mera),
  • Sansay,
  • Genband,
  • Sonus,
  • Teles,
  • Digitalk,
  • Dialogic,
  • Acme packet,
  • NACT,
  • VOS3000,
  • MOR,
  • Asterisk,
  • Freeswitch,
  • OpenSIPs,
  • Alaris,
  • Captura,
  • Jerasoft,
  • Odine.

5gVision monitoring, however, may work with absolutely any switch in the world, all it needs are CDRs in any form.


We may run the trial on your own server, or off our cloud. Once the trial is over you would have an option to buy or rent the product.

Please tell us a bit about yourself, the product you are interested in, and your existing VoIP/SMS switch brand:



5gVision introductory video