Envox Worldwide Introduces Envox CT ADE 8.4
WESTBOROUGH, Mass. - Envox Worldwide released Envox CT ADE version 8.4, the company's first formal CT ADE product release since it acquired the product line from Intel in March, 2005. Envox CT ADE is a collection of utilities that enables developers to create and deploy IVR applications.
Envox CT ADE is an application development (RAD) tool for IVR solutions that works with programming interfaces, including Intel's NetStructure Host Media Processing (HMP) and speech technology products, to provide voice, fax, conferencing, and speech-enabled capabilities. By utilizing Envox CT ADE, developers maintain control over the Intel Dialogic API. The Envox CT ADE is available in two forms:
- Application Development Language (ADL): a C-like programming language, incorporating telephony application building blocks
- Application Development ActiveX Objects (ADX): a library of methods with a COM interface that can be incorporated into Windows visual development languages like C++, Visual Basic, Delphi, the Microsoft.NET languages C# and VB.NET.
Existing users and new customers alike will benefit from the following new features of Envox CT ADE version 8.4:
- Support for Intel HMP version 1.1, which enables IVR solutions to be deployed on general-purpose Intel-based servers, not specialized telephony hardware.
- SIP functionality for developers deploying on VoIP infrastructures. SIP capabilities now include a message waiting indicator, call diversion information, blind transfer, call hold/retrieve and T.38 fax.
Users will also benefit from these additional key features of Envox CT ADE:
- A programming language designed for computer telephony applications. This feature provides an abstraction layer for the APIs for hardware and speech technologies that allows developers to change hardware and/or speech software without changing the application.
- A library of Active X objects that allows developers using languages such as Visual Basic, VB.NET, C++, C#, and Delphi to integrate their IVR solutions with telephony hardware or speech technologies. This enables customers to utilize visual languages and IDEs to build CT solutions.