Envox Worldwide, a global provider of voice tools, says it has released Envox 7, the next generation of its
standards-based communications development platform.
Envox 7 was created to reduce the time, cost and complexity of developing
and deploying voice and IP communications applications.
The new installation combines support for traditional voice communications with comprehensive support for IP communications solutions, including IP telephony, video messaging, SMS and e-mail, on a single, cost-effective platform.
Envox 7's new video capabilities are designed to enable developers to create a variety of video applications including video messaging, video call-recording and interactive voice and video response (IVVR).
The multi-modal capabilities of Envox 7--extended to include video communication--enable developers to take full advantage of 3G mobile phones as well as computer-based soft phones.
"As we roll out the tape over the next several years, multimedia
communications will gain greater momentum in the enterprise and service provider markets," said Daniel Hong, lead analyst at Datamonitor. "Companies that are considering video as a part of their multimedia
strategy should look to those vendors that have clear technology and business differentiators on the platform and performance level, which will help drive greater innovation and success on the application layer. Envox 7 provides a new depth of functionality and features that help create a
strong differentiation message."