OpenClovis Launches Projects

OpenClovis will launch several new open source projects that aim to provide high availability and carrier grade capabilities

October 31, 2006

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PETALUMA, Calif. -- OpenClovis, Inc. today announced it will launch several new open source projects that aim to provide high availability and carrier grade capabilities, which are required by the telecommunications industry, to popular open source telephony and enterprise applications. At the same time, the company will also promote additional open source projects to accelerate the pre-integration of open source telecom Independent Software Vendor (ISV) solutions with its own commercial-off-the- shelf (COTS), open source, high availability service application platform.

"With the convergence of IT and telecommunications infrastructures, it will be beneficial for open source telephony and enterprise applications to achieve the 'six nines' reliability that is essential for the telecommunications market, by integrating with OpenClovis," said V.K. Budhraja, CEO of OpenClovis. "On the other hand, the convergence of IP and voice networks is driving the need for a standards-based, open architecture platform on which to develop next generation telecommunications products. Integrated telecom software solutions, such as those we are also proposing with these projects, can cut time-to-market and total cost-of-ownership, and reduce the complexity of development for equipment providers."

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