PRNewswire: Brooktrout Enables New Network Applications Under LinuxJun 27, 2000, 21:26 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Brooktrout Technology, a leading provider of innovative hardware and software platforms that enable applications for the New Network, today announced expanded Linux support across its broad range of award-winning products. Developers who have chosen Linux as their platform for building New Network applications such as IP telephony, unified messaging, voice portals, web-IVR, enhanced call services and switching, now have the option of developing on Brooktrout Technology's platforms including the Vantage Series, RDSP Series, RTNI Series, TRxStream Series and Netaccess Series product families...."
"As the use of Linux has spread so rapidly in the running of web servers and embedded devices, there is a huge demand for its use in computer telephony products," said Colin Tenwick, vice president, Red Hat Europe, Middle East and Africa. "As the leader in the worldwide Linux market, Red Hat is delighted that Brooktrout Technology is supplying the open source community with a broad range of Linux-supported CTI products."
"Linux is an ideal operating system for voice processing platforms," said Dan Bennett, director of product engineering, Oak Tree Communications. "The Linux open source operating system allows developers to lop off the parts they don't want and use only those that they do. Linux' small footprint and affordability on Brooktrout's voice platforms will open new market segments for our unified messaging products."
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