Applied Voice & Speech Technologies Inc. (AVST) has announced the next generation of its CallXpress platform, CallXpress 8.1, which delivers off-site disaster recovery and expands unified messaging capabilities to Google Gmail. CallXpress 8.1 continues to deliver the core capabilities that are essential to organizations by offering unparalleled PBX integration interoperability, high availability and scalability to meet the growing demand to centralize voice networks, the company explained.
The new release of CallXpress 8.1 enhances its uninterrupted hot standby option with a new tertiary System Server. The new architecture provides support for a redundant solution at an alternate location, thereby assuring a speedy recovery in the event of a local disaster.
In addition to high availability options, CallXpress allows organizations to consolidate and centralize their voice mail system to improve business efficiency while enhancing the bottom line. With scalability of up to 384 ports, CallXpress supports a centralized, distributed or mixed-telephony infrastructure. Customers have the ability to centralize messaging and call processing applications using their existing voice or data networks by deploying AVST’s survivable Call Server technology or SIP gateways.
CallXpress 8.1 is currently in field trial and scheduled for general availability in the next 90 days through AVST’s established reseller channels.