July 15, 2008
Oktopous™ ccXML PIK released for free download
Mumbai, India, On July 15th 2008, Phonologies (India) announced the availability of its latest version of Oktopous™ ccXML Interpreter Engine for free download. This version, Oktopous™ v1.2, is based on the original open source Oktopous™ ccXML PIK developed and released by Phonologies on SourceForge, with significant improvements specifically in performance and full compliance with the latest CCXML 1.0 draft specification published by the W3C.
According to Rajkiran Talusani, VP of Technology for Phonologies, "Our latest version of Oktopous™ has significant improvements in performance over its predecessor and has been designed for portability and high-density telephony platforms, enabling rich call control functions like: controlling how phone calls are placed, answered, transferred, conferenced, and more, by executing simple XML documents.
ccXML allows for sophisticated, event-based and asynchronous call-control capabilities in unified communication systems, messaging & conferencing suites, interactive speech & telephony servers and ACDs and is being widely adopted in carier class equipment. "Keep in mind that ccXML technology adoption will explode once it becomes a W3C standard in the near future", added Rajkiran.
This latest version, developed for Linux systems, has a well defined API for integrating into to the target telephony platform, for example a SIP based messaging or conferencing suite, or a proprietary protocol based telephony board. Once integrated, solution vendors or hosting providers can build and test trial sophisticated telephony applications prior to going live commercially. Phonologies has also announced that it will make available a Windows version of Oktopous™ by the end of August '08.
Phonologies offers flexible integration support and licensing packages to chose from, covering re-distribution rights, warranties, upgrades and maintenance. The open source version of Oktopous, which has been adopted by more telephony platforms than any other open source ccXML Browser, will continue to remain available for download at http://sourceforge.net/projects/oktopous/. Oktopous v1.2 is available for download through Phonologies Website at www.phonologies.com/oktopous.php.
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