IP Communications News Week of November 3, 2007

What’s new in the world of IP communications? Well, as it turns out, quite a bit. For example, Allworx has just released version 6.8 of its software which includes follow-me functionality as well as allowing specific callers to be forced into voicemail. The latest update also has the ability to do some fancy things with messages which you can read about here.
Radisys who just had a blow out quarter recently introduced a new media processing blade. Going from the embedded space to the desktop, Skype and Logitech are collaborating on high quality video.
Other interesting items worth sharing: Toshiba has some new IP communications products, Nuvio is using session managers from Covergence, Snom and Digium have announced a partnership, Sonus has version 2 of its IMX Multimedia Applications Platform out, Aculab has a new IP gateway and finally, IBM found a way to turn silicon waste into the raw materials needed for other things such as solar cells.
There is more news that I can conceivably write about and keep your attention so for the solid news junkies make sure to bookmark this page for all the latest original TMCnet content. Oh and I almost forgot – be sure to add TMCnet to your Google toolbar so the latest TMCnet news is always a mouse click away.

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