SIPquest announces Release 2.0 of its VOIP software suite; adds functionaly to simplify service providers’ delivery of VOIP services

June 11, 2004

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OTTAWA -- SIPquest Inc., a leading developer of Voice over IP (VoIP) software based on the industry standard Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) today announced the general availability of its latest advancements of its Release 2.0 software. Release 2.1 brings additional functionality to SIPquest’s Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Internet Telephony Service Provider (ITSP) customers to facilitate the rapid roll-out of enhanced VoIP services.

SIPquest’s application suite allows ISPs and ITSPs to SIP-enable their products and get to market fast without diverting their own development resources. “Our commercially available software helps ISPs and ITSPs get to market fast with SIP-based services – from basic VoIP (voice) service to more complex, service-rich applications like audio, video and data conferencing services. Service Providers can increase their average revenue per user with these new services and differentiate their overall service offerings.” said Alain Mouttham CEO SIPquest. “With Release 2.1, we have extended our functionality to include multi-domain support, extended NAT/firewall traversal capabilities, as well as broadening our current support of Red Hat to include Enterprise Linux. New capabilities in Release 2.1 will allow ISPs and ITSPs to track and more easily bill for SIP-enabled pre-paid calling services through our introduction of RADIUS support and a back-to-back user agent.”

SIPquest’s software suite Release 2.1 new functionality includes:

  • multi-domain support

  • enhanced NAT/firewall traversal

  • RADIUS authentication and accounting support

  • back-to-back user agent (B2BUA)

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux support



Release 2.1 delivers the following new benefits to ISPs and ITSPs

  • addition of a new back-to-back user agent (B2BUA) and RADIUS authentication and accounting interface for pre-paid calling card services

  • advances in overcoming the NAT/firewall traversal issue faced with most SIP implementations

  • multi-domain support allows for multiple companies to be hosted on one server

  • extends support to Red Hat 9.0 OS and Red Hat Enterprise, in addition to previous support for Red Hat Linux version 8.0 OS



SIPquest Inc.

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