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NMS Communications Releases Vision VoiceXML Server

CHICAGO — NMS Communications released the newest member of its Vision family of media servers, the Vision VoiceXML Server.
Posted Jun 6, 2006
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— NMS Communications (NASDAQ: NMSS) released the newest member of its Vision family of media servers, the Vision VoiceXML Server.

The Vision VoiceXML Server is designed to accelerate the development and deployment of voice and video applications such as video mail and voice/video messaging in 2.5G and 3G networks.

"To successfully increase revenues, mobile video applications must offer easy consumer interaction, and the rapidly expanding supply of video content presents a challenge for developers who must constantly refine user interfaces," said Brian Partridge, senior analyst with the Yankee Group.  "By integrating video technology into a VoiceXML platform, NMS is now offering developers the means to render this constantly changing video content as easily as rendering audio content."

The Vision VoiceXML Server is compliant with W3C VoiceXML 2.0 and 2.1 specifications and can be used to build VoiceXML-controlled applications that can be deployed in IP/SIP, TDM/SS7 and 3G networks.  Along with SIP-based IP video, the Vision VoiceXML Server also supports the circuit video standard 3G-324M.  The Vision VoiceXML Server provides service availability, and servers may be added or removed from service to increase capacity or perform system maintenance.

 

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