DIALOGIC RELEASES CT-CONNECT SOFTWARE TO CHANNELS; Computer-Telephony Integration Software Accelerates Time-to-Market for OEMs, VARs and Systems Integrators.
WOBURN, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 7, 1995--Dialogic Corporation (NASDAQ NASDAQ
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Software that controls the operation of a computer, directs the input and output of data, keeps track of files, and controls the processing of computer programs. , on Intel architecture and Digital Alpha processors. This server software also supports Intel/Microsoft's telephony API See TAPI. (TAPI (Telephony API) A programming interface from Microsoft and Intel that is part of Microsoft's WOSA architecture. It allows Windows client applications to access voice services on a server. ) with a client/server configuration. At the Microsoft TAPI software `bakeoff' held last week near San Francisco, California “San Francisco” redirects here. For other uses, see San Francisco (disambiguation).
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Designed to be open to multiple PBXs and computer platforms, CT-Connect is intended to be used by application developers, VARs, system integrators and OEMs to design and construct end-user computer-telephone solutions. CT-Connect is CSTA-compliant, an open interface standard for computer-telephone integration applications. This standard, as set forth by ECMA (European Computer Manufacturers Association, Geneva, Switzerland, www.ecma-international.org) An international association founded in 1961 that is dedicated to establishing standards in the information and communications fields. , encourages open access and interoperability between telephone and computer systems.
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- Emerson. technology which Dialogic acquired from Digital Equipment Corporation earlier this year. The Dialogic Computer Telephone Division operates from Woburn, Massachusetts Woburn (/'wu.bə(r)n/) is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, USA. The population was 37,258 at the 2000 census. Woburn is the birthplace of Anglo-American scientist Benjamin Thompson, a.k.a. and includes a core team originally from Digital.
Computer-telephone software provides a bridge between a telephone system and a computer network, enabling application software to coordinate telephone and data processing data processing or information processing, operations (e.g., handling, merging, sorting, and computing) performed upon data in accordance with strictly defined procedures, such as recording and summarizing the financial transactions of a functions. This connection allows both large and small companies to serve their customers faster, with more complete information.
The standard version of CT-Connect supports telephone switches with ECMA CSTA-compliant CTI links, as well as some additional switches whose CTI links are similar to the CSTA (Computer Supported Telephony Application) An international standard interface between a network server and a telephone switch (PBX) established by the European Computer Manufacturers Association (ECMA). call model. It is available in three configurations:
-- A full configuration, supporting client modules for Windows, Windows NT, Unix and OpenVMS and an unlimited number of client system applications, priced at $15,000;
-- A Windows-only configuration, supporting an unlimited number of Microsoft Windows 3.1 systems, priced at $7,500; and
-- An entry-level configuration, supporting up to 35 Windows-only client systems, priced at $3,000.
There are no usage-based license charges, and client modules are included at no extra charge. These three configurations are available effective immediately, as announced in March.
End-user customers interested in CT-Connect should contact their CTI systems integrator or VAR. Distributors, systems integrators and VARs may contact the regional sales offices of Dialogic Corporation. Their direct numbers are available through the Dialogic sales number: 800-755-4444.
Two successful Beta sites have installed and implemented Dialogic's CT-Connect as a cornerstone server for providing broad-based integration of their telephone call control and computer information systems. A leading European financial services company, using Dialogic CT-Connect/CSTA technology, is now in full business production with its 100-seat debt collection call center. Digital and Alcatel acted as overall systems' provider for the integration project. In the United States, a state government has utilized CT-Connect in their 120-seat call center supporting their foodstamp program. At any time, a qualified foodstamp recipient can call an 800 number and get an update on their foodstamp status for the month.
"These installations demonstrate CT-Connect's uniqueness in the CTI marketplace," explains Carl Strathmeyer, marketing director for the CT Division. "CT-Connect supports large call centers with heavy call activity and mission-critical applications as easily as smaller sites and TAPI desktop applications. It's the universal solution for application developers and VARs who want to add telephony capabilities to their CTI projects."
Howard Bubb, president of Dialogic Corporation, commented, "We are right on track with our Computer-Telephone Division. Dialogic is helping our partners differentiate themselves by providing new CTI capabilities to their customers."
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Founded in 1983, Dialogic Corporation is a leading manufacturer of standards based computer telephony hardware and software platforms, with more than 1.7 million ports shipped worldwide. In March 1993, Dialogic launched Signal Computing System Architecture along with 70 other companies. SCSA (Signal Computing System Architecture) An open architecture for transmitting voice and video signals. Its backbone is the SCbus, a 131 Mbps data path that provides up to 2,048 time slots, the equivalent of 1,024 two-way voice conversations at 64 Kbps. defines open software and hardware architectural standards for building computer telephony systems with multiple technologies. SCSA is now supported by more than 280 industry suppliers. Dialogic is a founder member of the Enterprise Computer Telephony Forum (ECTF (Enterprise Computer Telephony Forum, www.ectf.org) An industry association founded in 1996 that provides a clearinghouse for technical standards for voice and data integration in the computer telephony arena. ). -0-
Note to Editors: Contact info for CT-Connect: Carl Strathmeyer, Director of Marketing, Dialogic, Phone: 617-933-1111; FAX: 617-935-4551.
CSTA is the acronym for Computer Supported Telephony Applications.
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CT-Connect is a trademark of Dialogic Corporation.
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