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Zetafax Provider Equisys Deploys Enea's Netbricks IAF-Bricks Technology
By Erin Harrison, Executive Editor, Strategic Initiatives
Fax over IP provider Equisys has deployed new software that will help its document production and delivery technology work more efficiently.
Enea (News - Alert), a developer of global software and services company focused on solutions for communication-driven products, recently announced that Equisys will deploy the company’s Netbricks IAF-Bricks technology.
According to Enea officials, IAF-Bricks combines all the telecommunications protocols (T.30, T.38 and SIP) required to implement fax over IP, reducing the amount of implementation work required, while guaranteeing high-levels of interoperability.
The technology is deployed in many different FoIP products such as terminals and servers. In addition, Enea also offers a FoIP package dedicated to gateways named T38GW-Bricks.Company officials specified that Equisys has embedded IAF-Bricks into the standard edition Zetafax FoIP Connector which was recently launched alongside Zetafax 2010, the latest version of its fax server software. Using selected standalone gateways, the FoIP Connector provides a product for companies that want to integrate the Zetafax server with IP telephone systems, or deploy Zetafax in a virtualized server environment. Zetafax 2010 and the Standard Edition Zetafax FoIP Connector are available from Equisys now.
As TMCnet reported in July, Equisys reached an agreement with Metaphorix Ltd to ensure Zetadocs is offered to all new Metaphorix customers. According to company officials, this offering will be added to the complete solution with Microsoft (News - Alert) Dynamics NAV.
As a result of the integration with Microsoft Dynamics NAV and GP, Zetadocs will enable ERP reports such as purchase orders and invoices to be e-mailed and faxed individually or in batches, while also personalizing the content, address details and attachments. At the same time, those documents that are coming into the system can be captured for on-screen processing, archiving or sharing through SharePoint.
Erin Harrison is Executive Editor, Strategic Initiatives, for TMC, where she oversees the company�s strategic editorial initiatives, including the launch of several new print and online initiatives. She plays an active role in the print publications and TMCnet, covering IP communications, information technology and other related topics. To read more of Erin's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Erin Harrison