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  • Apex Voice Communications Announces Support for Python

    Apex Voice Communications Announces Support for Python

    A global supplier of carrier-grade, multi-service SIP Application Servers for voice and video enhanced services, today announced support for the Python Programming Language (www.python.org) for its OmniVox3D SIP Application Server. Telephony and Web developers now have the option of scripting applications completely in Python, and implementing it on OmniVox3D, further reducing the time and effort required to bring IVR and other voice and video enhanced services to market. Python is an object-oriented programming language that can be used for many kinds of software development, and offers strong support for integration with other languages and tools.
    The Python module of the OmniVox3D SIP Application Server allows for the rapid Design, Development and Deployment of Python-based voice and video services. It reduces the complexity and cost of implementing services by building on the investment already made on the Web and Internet infrastructure, and eliminates the typical restrictions of proprietary systems. Once a Python engine is added to a Web Server environment, OmniVox3D can be configured to simply send “sessions” to this Web Server by acting as a Web browser. The Python module can now also drive any SS7, TDM, IP or VXML browser in the market today, adding to its already robust feature set.
    “Python is a dynamic programming language that is used by industry-leading companies like Google, Yahoo, Nokia and YouTube,” said Elhum Vahdat, executive vice president of APEX Voice Communications. “It is used in a wide variety of application domains, including web and internet development, database access, game and 3D graphics, desktop GUIs, and network programming. This easy to read and maintain language is where the future of telephony web integration is heading.”
    OmniVox3D Supports Python
    In addition to the thousands of already freely available Python scripts to choose from, OmniVox3D provides an extensive suite of telephony-specific functions for developing applications. And if a function is not available in OmniVox3D, developers can simply write it themselves without having to break out into another language. By providing Python functionality, OmniVox3D provides a standards-based interface into existing networks reducing costs for implementing and deploying services.
    OmniVox3D is a multi-service SIP Application Server uniquely capable of delivering the new generation of wireless and wireline applications with the reliability, redundancy and scalability required for carrier-class voice and video enhanced service. With over 15,000 installations, across 95 countries, including more than 250 service providers, carriers and network operators, OmniVox3D as a Service Delivery Platform can process an unlimited number of applications, including Real-Time Billing (Prepaid), Calling Cards, IVVR, Short Messaging, Unified Messaging, Conference Calling, and Automated Collect Calling. Either as a standalone server or distributed across multiple platforms, OmniVox3D’s open architecture seamlessly integrates with third-party components such softswitches, media servers, media gateways and SIP proxy servers that are IMS, MSCML, MSML/MOML or VXML compliant.

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