SIPquest launches SIP-based suite of VOIP applications for equipment vendors to meet growing demand

January 14, 2004

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OTTAWA -- SIPquest Inc., a leading developer of VoIP software based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), today announced the general availability of its newest release: a collection of individual application components that can be built into new and existing equipment and services.

“VoIP is really taking off,” said SIPquest’s CEO, Alain Mouttham, “Due in large part to the new SIP protocol which has already been adopted by IBM, MCI and Microsoft. According to Synergy Research, we’re headed towards an $8B VoIP equipment market by 2007 so we’re taking a position as the preeminent OEM supplier of SIP-based software. We have an exclusive relationship with Columbia University’s Internet Real-Time Lab, a recognized leader in SIP technology and research, and this ensures that we will remain at the forefront of SIP technology and be able to provide a continuous stream of new application modules.”

The components of Release 2.0 allow equipment manufacturers and vendors to pick-and-choose exactly what they need for their specific products, and, as standards-based components, the modules also seamlessly integrate with one another. This software release lets vendors SIP-enable their products and get to market fast without having to worry about development and maintenance. “We can save customers 6-12 months in terms of time-to-market and that allows them to focus on their own core capabilities,” said Mouttham.


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