Sagem-Interstar to Showcase V 5.0 of Its FoIP Fax Server Software
Sagem-Interstar will showcase the latest software release of its field proven XMediusFAX SP at next week's CIPTUG 2006 Annual Conference (Booth 415), held October 9 to 12 at the Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Arizona.
The CIPTUG (Cisco IP Telecommunications Users Group) conference is an annual event that focuses solely on Cisco IP Communications products and targets CIPTUG members, Cisco customers and partners. The event features educational presentations, workshops, roundtable discussions and exhibits aimed at the worldwide Cisco user community.
Sagem-Interstar is a Cisco Technology Developer Partner, and its XMediusFAX is a Cisco Compatible IP fax server that is certified to interoperate with all major Cisco VoIP gateways. XMediusFAX's T.38 Fax over IP (FoIP) protocol enables IP fax functionality in VoIP networks equipped with Microsoft Exchange, SMTP and Lotus Notes email gateways. XMediusFAX is an essential component in unified messaging, allowing faxes to share a common inbox along with voicemail and email.
The new XMediusFAX SP 5.0 maintains Sagem-Interstar's technology leadership in the FoIP fax server market, and contains a number of unique features including:
• T.38 multi-tenancy (XMediusFAX is the world's only multi-tenant FoIP solution that partitions service provider/large enterprise networks into hundreds of virtual fax servers, each with individual settings, queues, and administrators)
• System monitoring and alerts through SNMP
• Built-in server redundancy
• Ability to handle up to 480 fax channels per server
• Boardless desktop IP faxing (without expensive fax boards)
• Web-based fax composition
• Support for international character sets
The product will be of interest to any service provider or large enterprise that has deployed or plans to deploy a Cisco IP telephony infrastructure and wants to address the "fax problem" in IP networks with an elegant and economical software solution that is field proven to manage large fax volumes and deliver high levels of reliability and availability.
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