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PRNewswire: eOn Introduces Additions to Line of Linux-Based Communications Servers

“eOn Communications Corporation(TM) (eOn) announces two new
products in its family of Linux-based communications servers. The
eQueue(TM) 4000 contact center communications server provides a
single solution for the demanding requirements of today’s
e-Commerce operations. The eNterprise 2000, a private
communications exchange (PCX) platform, allows businesses to
consolidate and manage voice, data and Web applications on one
server while maintaining the quality of service and reliability of
traditional voice communications systems.”

“We believe we were the first to market with a Linux-based
communications server in 1997 with the pioneering DSP Series, a
telephony-grade switching platform running on the open
standards-based Linux operating system,” said J. Michael O’Dell,
president and chief executive officer of eOn. “The new next-
generation products we are announcing today have evolved directly
from the proven technology and knowledge base of the DSP Series.
In our experience, the Linux operating system provides the
reliability and flexibility required for a communications
server
; and our open architecture allows a high level of
interoperability with other servers and with client-side
applications, including Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT.”


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