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BW: Vovida Networks Announces Expanded Suite of VoIP Software Products

Sep 27, 1999, 14:29 (1 Talkback[s])

"Vovida Networks, a global provider of communications software solutions, today announced its expanded suite of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) software products."

"The software products scale from silicon to system and enable advanced telephony features, applications and services on packet-switched networks in broadband Internet access and server-based environments. The core VoIP software suite can reside in either a highly constrained, embedded chip set or on an industrial grade server."

"We are very excited to announce to customers the expanded product offerings and value-add that our company intends to deliver to market," said Alan Knitowski, President and CEO of Vovida Networks, Inc. "Since our release of Linux-based, open source implementations of MGCP, RTP, H.323 Annex F and SIP, we have had more than 5,000 downloads of the protocols in the last three months and countless requests for information concerning the rest of our business. Today we are pleased to share our enhanced software offerings in the embedded and distributed server environments in which we intend to compete."

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