Searching for a new IP fax
solution isn’t the easiest of chores. With so many options, companies are often unsure which service to choose.
, an IP fax server vendor, recently introduced two new fax solutions to the marketplace - its XMediusFAX 6.5 software suite and the Open Line IP fax server hardware application. But how do companies know what service is right for them?
Matthew Miller, product manager for Sagem-Interstar (News
), spoke with TMCnet
in a new podcast
to remove some of the mystery about its fax products. Specifically, Miller highlighted XMediusFAX, Sagem-Interstar’s flagship fax over IP server, which leverages various IP telephony and unified communications systems.
Sagem-Interstar’s XMediusFAX is a software application that sends faxes over the IP network. It helps increase productivity via application integration and desktop faxing, reducing telecom costs and boost ROI, according to the company.
What’s more, the solution is available in four editions that all target different market segments, Miller said. For example, the express editions targets small business, the enterprise level focuses on medium-sized firms, the service provider edition addresses larger corporations’ and service providers’ need and the Cisco (News
) AXP edition handles the needs of branch offices, he said.
One unique feature about XMediusFAX is that it is tightly integrated with a number of vendors, including Cisco, Avaya (News
), Alcatel and Microsoft Unified Messaging.
That’s not all.
“XMedius fax is the world’s first and only application-certified to run inside a Cisco Integrated Services Router and Cisco’s Application eXtension Platform,” Miller said.
To listen to the full podcast, visit the IP fax
channel on TMCnet, or click here
Amy Tierney is a Web editor for TMCnet, covering business communications Her areas of focus include conferencing, SIP, Fax over IP, unified communications and telepresence. Amy also writes about education and healthcare technology, overseeing production of e-Newsletters on those topics as well as communications solutions and UC. To read more of Amy's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Amy Tierney