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Sagem-Interstar Unveils New, Cisco-Ready XMediusFAX IP Fax Software
By Anuradha Shukla, TMCnet Contributor
In a sign of the persistent importance of faxed documents in the work place and the rapidly developing IP technologies that support their transmission, Sagem-Interstar, a global provider of advanced IP fax server solutions, today launched XMediusFAX AXP Release 6.5 Fax over IP software.
The company describes the software is the world’s first and only application-certified fax solution that can run inside a Cisco (News - Alert) Integrated Services Router Generation 2 and Application eXtension Platform release 1.5.
Enterprises can use Sagem-Interstar’s patented XMediusFAX AXP solution and benefit from a cost-effective and efficient means for mission-critical enterprise faxing, both at the office and home. The solution works fine when faxes have to be received on the road, officials say.
According to Jean Champagne, general manager at Sagem (News - Alert)-Interstar, the company’s new XMediusFAX AXP 6.5 release is distinguished as the only IP fax server software to run inside an ISR from Cisco. That’s a major feather in the solution’s cap, as IT bellwether Cisco remains the world’s largest maker of computer networking gear.
“We are proud of our close relationship with Cisco since 2002, and we are committed to working in tandem with Cisco to optimize our eco-friendly FoIP offerings,” Champagne said. “Reducing network complexities, increasing ROI, and improving efficiency in today’s borderless networks are among our top market-driven priorities.”
Communication has improved the efficiency of the organizations and the new XMediusFAX AXP 6.5 FoIP is all set to enhance the evolving borderless branch IT, UC and Enterprise Content Management ecosystems.
The company is targeting the new solution towards small to mid-size organizations and says it is ideal for branch office deployments.
The solution is compatible with Cisco Services Ready Engines, as well as Enhanced Network Modules running AXP 1.5. It boasts complete certified interoperability with both Cisco ISR G2 (News - Alert) and Cisco ISR G1.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anuradha’s article, please visit her columnist page.