Aculab offers developers a wide range of enabling technology hardware and software for integration into high performance communications solutions ï¿½ from contact centres and IVR platforms to media gateways and media servers.
Products for use within telco or enterprise solutions include Prosody, the media processing platform ï¿½ available for TDM, IP and converged environments. Prosodyï¿½s capabilities include rich media processing resources, VoIP protocols and voice codecs. Prosody also meets the demands for increased security and resilience through supporting a number of VoIP security standards, like Secure RTP and SIPS. DSP-based media processing platforms are available in PCIe, PCI and cPCI formats, with optional E1/T1 digital network access. Host-based media processing software is available in a flexible and cost-effective format. Digital network access encompasses SIP, H.323 and SS7, including monitoring capability and GroomerII, a solution for PSTN protocol and SS7 to SIP/H.323 conversion with media gateway capabilities.
Support is available to help developers through each stage of their productï¿½s lifecycle, including pre-sales consultancy, technical support, training and marketing ï¿½ thus providing the essential mix of capabilities to meet the changing needs of the converged communications market.
Dialogic Corporation is a leading provider of open systems platforms to both the Enterprise and Service Provider markets. The platforms enable converged communications, allowing service providers, developers and system integrators to deliver services, content and applications using multimedia processing and signaling technologies.
Dialogic was formed when Eicon Networks Corporation completed its acquisition of Intel Corporation's Media and Signaling business and simultaneously announced that Eicon's name would change to Dialogic Corporation.
Headquartered in Montreal, Dialogic and its subsidiaries have over twenty offices worldwide, providing local presence, knowledge and support to serve its customers around the globe. Dialogic's Research and Development centers are based in Canada, USA, Germany, UK and Ireland.
AudioCodes Ltd. (NASDAQ: AUDC) enables the new voice infrastructure by providing innovative, reliable and cost-effective Voice over Packet technology and Voice Network products to OEMs, network equipment providers and system integrators. AudioCodes provides its customers and partners with a diverse range of flexible, comprehensive media gateway and media processing technologies, based on VoIPerfect™ – AudioCodes’ underlying, best-of-breed, core media gateway architecture. The company is a market leader in voice compression technology and is a key originator of the ITU G.723.1 standard for the emerging Voice over IP market. AudioCodes voice network products feature media gateway and media server platforms for packet-based applications in the converged, wireline, wireless, broadband access, and enhanced voice services markets. AudioCodes enabling technology products include VoIP and CTI communication boards, VoIP media gateway processors and modules, and CPE devices. Its customers include the leading telecom and data network equipment providers globally. AudioCodes’ headquarters and R&D facilities are located in Israel with an R&D extension in the U.S. Other AudioCodes’ offices are located in Europe, the Far East, and Latin America. For more information on AudioCodes, visit www.audiocodes.com.
Citrix Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:CTXS) is the global leader and most trusted name in on-demand access. More than 160,000 organizations and 50 million users around the world use the Citrix Access Platform to provide the best possible access experience to any application for any user. Citrix customers include 100% of the Fortune 100 companies and 98% of the Fortune Global 500, as well as hundreds of thousands of small businesses and individuals. Citrix has approximately 6,200 channel and alliance partners in more than 100 countries.
The Citrix Application GatewayT delivers converged voice and data applications of the screens and speakers of IP telephones as well as is used to telephony enable business applications. The Voice Office application suite from Citrix is set of packaged applications that are an optional feature on the Application Gateway. Voice Office includes Express Directory, Visual Voicemail, Zone Paging, Broadcast Alerts, and Click-to-Call using Citrix Smart Agent technology.
Citrix Smart Agent technology extends the Citrix Application Gateway to personal computers by telephony-enabling business applications on the computer. The first Citrix application to use Smart Agent technology is Click-to-Call, which enables telephone users to dial their desk telephone by simply clicking on linked telephone numbers in e-mail or Web applications in both Citrix Presentation Server or standalone environment.
Netcentrex develops unique next generation network (NGN) voice and video solutions that enable telecom operators and service providers to deliver voice-video-data and fixed-mobile converged services for both the consumer and enterprise markets. Solutions include IP telephony, video telephony, Triple Play, IP Centrex, voice/video VPN, contact center and IVR services. All solutions are built on the same IMS compliant infrastructure that includes an application softswitch, media services, provisioning and management.
Founded in 1998, Netcentrex has over 2 million VoIP lines in commercial service and has been recognized as the worldwide leader for Class 5 application servers. The company has sales and partner representatives in over 25 countries and over 50 operator and service provider customers. Leading European and US venture capital firms back the privately held company.
In 2005, Netcentrex was recognized as the #1 VoIP Application Server by iLocus (27.2% of local VoIP call volume minutes), and Frost & Sullivan (41% share for Class 5 application servers ), and leadership in IMS initiatives and implementation.
Netcentrex is also a founding member of the IPlay3 consortium that merges market-leading technologies into one, turnkey, flexible and cost-effective Triple Play solution. Through IPlay3, Netcentrex delivers a carrier-class integrated IP multi-services solution that leverages any type of broadband IP infrastructure.
Digium is the creator and primary developer of Asterisk, the industry's first Open Source PBX and Asterisk Business Edition, the professional-grade version of Asterisk. Used in combination with Digium’s PCI telephony interface cards, Asterisk offers a strategic, highly cost-effective approach to voice and data transport over IP, TDM, switched and Ethernet architectures.
Digium solutions reduce the costs of traditional TDM and VoIP implementations through open source, standards-based software and innovative hardware solutions, including legacy PBX, IVR, auto attendant, and next generation gateways, media servers, and application servers. Digium hardware supports traditional voice and data protocols, and packet protocols such as IAX™ (Inter-Asterisk eXchange), and SIP VoIP.
Digium provides a highly refined selection of quality hardware and software products, developed and implemented using innovative engineering techniques (primarily open source development). A full range of professional services complement these product lines, including consulting, technical support, and customer software development services. The open source communications revolution is here, and Digium is leading the way.
Iwatsu Voice Networks (IVN) provides leading edge business communications solutions to small and medium sized business (SMB). Enterprise-CS, powered by QuadFusionT Technology, is Iwatsu's flagship product, providing SMB's the flexibility to grow from a few stations to over 1000 ports... seamlessly. QuadFusionT Technology was developed by Iwatsu to provide end-users a cost effective platform that could accommodate applications utilizing SIP, H.323, TDM and VoIP technology.
IVN recently introduced the new Platinum Series station terminals. The Enterprise 18i stations have one-touch feature access keys and menu driven soft keys for maximum user flexibility. The new award winning "ePod" navigational tool allows station users to access features using a "mouse-like" interface.
Iwatsu's Enterprise platform provides unified communications, speech recognition, call reporting, in-building wireless, campus networking and text-to-speech applications that are typically used by Fortune 1000 companies. Enterprise-CS provides a cost effective communications solution for SMB's looking to increase their productivity while reducing operation expenses.
IVN is a subsidiary company of Tokyo-based Iwatsu Electric, a 70- year industry leader and pioneer of many firsts in the telecommunications industry, doing business in North America through over 250 authorized dealers.
Sphere Communications is a leading innovator of proven and reliable software-based IP PBX and Unified Communications solutions. Sphericall™ IP PBX – the advanced 100% software-based unified communications platform for mid-sized and large enterprise, education, government and military organizations – scales to 30,000 ports, certified secure and reliable by the U.S. DoD, supports Service Oriented Architecture, and delivers robust PBX functionality for proven, reliable and flexible enterprise communications.
SphereCSE™ – the unique SIP-based call control and media management platform featuring SOAP/XML Web Services – enables advanced IP communications to be easily built into enterprise applications, forms the core of dedicated communications solutions, and bridges the gap between disparate communications systems. OEMs, ISVs and software developers find SphereCSE to be the ideal IP communications development platform.
SphereBCS™ – the fully integrated IP PBX and unified communications solution – designed for small to medium business seeking advanced communications solutions. Built upon Sphere’s award-winning IP PBX software and Polycomâ Soundpointâ IP Phones, SphereBCS can start small, grow with your business, and keep pace with changing demands.
Cantata Technology, established in 2006 through the combination of Brooktrout Technology and Excel Switching Corporation, provides enabling communications hardware and software that empowers the creation and delivery of anytime, anywhere IP-based communications applications. Leveraging more than 20 years of experience, Cantata offers the broadest range of products, along with a worldwide network of partners that allows service provider and enterprise customers to develop new products, introduce new services and cost-effectively transition networks to IP. Headquartered in Needham, Mass., Cantata maintains multiple locations worldwide in North America, Asia and Europe. For more information, visit http://www.cantata.com.
Dash911 provides E911 for VoIP through an easy to use interface. Easy implementation at low startup costs. Low monthly commitment. We provide E911 for "any number, from any provider for any address". SOAP API or custom web update page. Call center 24x7. Extra services. www.Dash911.com
Based in Los Angeles California, GlobalTouch Telecom, Inc. is a facilities-based carrier that combines the Quality of Service and reliability of traditional telecom infrastructure with the economy and flexibility of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Unlike its competitors, GlobalTouch developed, owns and operates all aspects of its custom VoIP software and technology. This gives the company the flexibility to create, leverage and market its own innovations and applications versus having to resell 3rd party technology. For more information, visit our websites at www.globaltouchtelecom.com and www.siptalkpro.com.
NetSapiens simplifies the delivery of IP voice and multimedia business communication services by providing turnkey solutions. NetSapiens’ SNAPsolution™ integrates applications software, hardware, and services that enable competitive providers to quickly deploy services for increased revenue. These applications range from pre-paid calling, Hosted PBX, to unified messaging, conferencing, and call center solutions.
Quintum Technologies, Inc., is a leading innovator in VoIP technologies. Quintum’s Tenor VoIP MultiPath VoIP switches and gateways are designed for traditional, IP-PBX and hybrid enterprise environments, as well as for service providers deploying VoIP-based services directly to enterprises requiring customer premise equipment at the network edge. Tenors’ MultiPath architecture and integrated call routing allow it to be deployed with minimum changes to existing voice networks, thus making it very easy to deploy VoIP. Tenor’s unique SelectNet™ capability also provides monitoring and call routing based on the VoIP Quality of Service, thus providing assurance of high quality voice calls.
Sangoma Technologies Corporation (www.sangoma.com) develops and manufactures PCI-based FXO/FXS, T1/E1/T3/E3 solutions for Asterisk ™/softPBX applications, voice transport and WAN communication hardware/software. Its voice, data and video gateway solutions support all popular WAN networks, line protocols and all standard PC operating systems and platforms including Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, Sun Solaris, NetWare and DOS.