AVST's CX-E 8.5 UC Platform Now SIP Interoperable with BroadSoft's BroadWorks Communications Application Server
Applied Voice & Speech Technologies, Inc. (AVST), a provider of unified communications (UC) software, stated that its CX-E 8.5 UC platform has been certified to be SIP interoperable with BroadSoft’s BroadWorks communications application server.
Tom Minifie, chief technology officer at AVST, commented, “With the sizable and growing percentage of medium and large enterprises looking to deploy UC within a hybrid cloud configuration, It’s imperative that AVST interoperates with BroadSoft to provide our customers with the most flexible options for their approach to UC deployment. Our CX-E provides the flexibility to support both cloud and premise-based solutions.”
AVST asserted that its CX-E is the most cost-effective Unified Communications (UC) platform because of its capability to work flawlessly with existing infrastructure. It can extend one’s telephone system, e-mail solutions and data infrastructure to bring productivity-enabling applications to their employees, while preserving their existing and future IT investments. It can work on both on-premise and over the public cloud making it the ideal bridge to a full IP cloud communications infrastructure.
The BroadWorks VoIP communications application server supposedly enables service providers to offer a comprehensive portfolio of business and consumer communications applications and value added applications from a common network platform.
The interoperability achievement is part of several joint initiatives that AVST has been planning to accelerate medium and large enterprise adoption of hybrid cloud-based UC solutions.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, an AVST customer, stated that it implemented the BroadWorks integration with CX-E to realize a cloud UC network and the university acknowledged that the AVST’s interoperability with Broadworks satisfied its requirements for a IP cloud-based telephony solution and made its communications infrastructure future-proof.
BroadWorks added that the interoperability will enable its customers and AVST’s to enjoy the flexibility and simplicity needed to migrate their selected UC components to the public cloud at their own pace.
Edited by Ryan Sartor