AudioCodes and Voxpilot Complete Interoperability Testing and Certification of VoIP Media Gateway with VoiceXML Media Server
Combined Technologies Offer Enhanced Services in Carrier and Enterprise Markets
Lod, Israel and Somerset NJ, Dublin Ireland – June 1, 2006 – AudioCodes, a leading provider of Voice over Packet (VOP) technologies and voice network products, and Voxpilot Ltd., a leader in carrier grade VoiceXML software, announced today the completion and certification for interoperability of AudioCodes VoIP media gateways with Voxpilot’s VoiceXML Media Server, part of the Voxpilot Open Media Platform software solution.
AudioCodes Blade Business Line and Voxpilot have achieved success by leveraging the industry standard Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). This forward-looking combination of technologies will enable delivery of value-added services such as IVR, Unified and Video Messaging for telecom carriers and enterprise solutions providers. With several projects already underway, the companies are well positioned to take advantage of their two robust platforms as an enabling tool to deliver voice, data, and video via the Voxpilot Open Media Platform to the emerging growth sector of VoIP communications.
“We are excited about the opportunity to work with a world leading VoIP gateway provider,” says Gilles Meyer, CEO of Voxpilot. “There is clearly an advantage to the end customers for this technology combination.”
“Voxpilot and AudioCodes make a strong combination” says Ron Romanchik, Vice President of USA Sales for AudioCodes Blade Business Line. “Our partnership provides AudioCodes’ customers and partners with a best in class advanced VXML platform to develop voice based hosted services. We are thrilled at the opportunity to offer this technology to our customer base and look forward to expanding our presence in a wide variety of markets that the Voxpilot relationship brings to us.”
Voxpilot is a provider of IMS-Ready, VoiceXML and Video-In-VoiceXML technology that brings the next generation of interactive telecommunication services to enterprises, integrators, carriers and service providers. Our flagship product, Voxpilot Open Media Platform (OMP), has been installed in a variety of networks across Europe, America, Africa and Asia. Combining advanced telephony features with Internet capabilities and Web technologies, the OMP replaces classic Interactive Voice Response and enables speech-based self-service, conferencing, multimedia services, and Interactive Voice and Video Response (IVVR) solutions such as VideoMail and content delivery applications. Visit www.voxpilot.com for more information on this and other new developments.
AudioCodes Ltd. 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 offices are located in Europe, the Far East, and Latin America. For more information on AudioCodes, visit http://www.audiocodes.com.
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