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September 05, 2006

BlueNote Networks Enhances SessionSuite with Mindreef's SOAPscope Server

By Mae Kowalke, TMCnet Associate Editor


Mindreef, a company that specializes in service oriented architecture (SOA) solutions, announced today that its SOAPscope Server has been chosen by BlueNote Networks to develop and test that company’s SessionSuite business communication platform.
 
Tewksbury, MA-based BlueNote designed its SessionSuite line of software applications as a way to tie together voice, video and other communications services in a way that enables businesses to quickly create and deploy powerful communications applications.
 
Now the company is using SOAPscope Server to enhance the quality and reliability of SessionSuite through testing, validation of standards compliance, and efficient resolution of problems.
 
“SOAPscope Server is a team-based platform with tools for governance, testing, diagnostics and support that span the entire service-oriented lifecycle,” Mindreef explained in a press release. “The resulting quality and trust leads to increased adoption and reuse of services throughout the SOA.”

Mindreef further elaborated by explaining that SOA-based solutions make it possible for multimedia communications capabilities to be integrated into enterprise software frameworks using the Web services model.
 
“Using SessionSuite products, enterprises, ISVs and solution providers can integrate SIP-enabled voice, video and other services within software applications, Web sites and business processes to improve productivity, increase customer reach, and drive revenues,” Mindreef said in its announcement.
 
BlueNote Networks’ VP of Engineering, Mike Regan, commented in a statement that his company’s SOA- ready solutions reduce both cost and development time needed to roll out communications applications.
 
“Using Mindreef SOAPscope Server helps our development and quality teams collaborate to ensure high quality and interoperability of these interactive communication services that in turn, will result in successful integration with their SOAs,” Regan said.
 
Mae Kowalke previously wrote for Cleveland Magazine in Ohio and The Burlington Free Press in Vermont. To see more of her articles, please visit Mae Kowalke’s columnist page.
 



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