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LinuxPR: TelcoSoft announces Extensys - Linux based communications application development platform

Aug 02, 2000, 19:34 (0 Talkback[s])

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"Extensys is a powerful and complete environment for developing and deploying production-grade communications applications in a distributed environment. Using Extensys, a C++ software developer can develop complex and robust communications applications at a rapid pace without a deep understanding of the underlying devices, protocols and practices. When these applications are deployed, the services provided by these applications can be accessed by the end-users (or subscribers) either from a telecommunications network (via phone) or from the service providers web site."

"We want programmers to embrace Extensys for developing communications applications. Hence we are making the platform freely available to the developer community. You can download a free version of the software from our web site to check out its capabilities and to develop applications using it. We are also developing some reference applications ourselves which we are making it available for free from our web site along with the source. Currently, the only application that is available is an E-mail reader. This application allows subscribers to listen to their e-mail messages over the phone."

"The current release is a beta version and still under system test. If you decide to wait till we release the software for a general release, please send us an e-mail (info@telcosoft.com) and we will send you a notification when we are ready with the release. If you are planning to check out the telecommunications capabilties of the system, you must own one or more supported voice boards. Please check out our web site for details. In a future release, we will support virtual devices that simulate telephony devices without requiring the actual hardware."

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