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RADVISION announces new H.323 toolkit V4.2, supporting advanced features found in latest ITU-T H.323 standards.

RADVISION (Nasdaq:RVSN), an industry leader in providing a wide range of development solutions for voice, video, and data collaboration over IP and 3G, recently announced the general availability of its new H.323 Protocol Toolkit version 4.2. This toolkit is the latest release of the company's award-winning H.323 toolkit and supports new features specified in version four of the ITU-T H.323 standard and additional specs ratified. The RADVISION H.323 Protocol Toolkit is available on many operating systems including multiple MS-Windows platforms, UNIX operating systems, and most real-time operating systems (RTOS) such as VxWorks, Nucleus, WinCE and Texas Instruments DSP BIOS.

As the leading industry provider of H.323 technology, RADVISION offers the widest range of development tools for creating and testing H.323-based products and services. In addition to supporting the latest enhancements in ITU-T H.323 standards, the toolkit also boasts a number of additional features requested by RADVISION customers, enabling them to develop new cutting-edge communications products or upgrade their existing product lines with new functionality.

"We are continuing to track and actively participate in the various standards bodies, giving us the edge in upgrading our toolkits to support the latest version of voice, video and data collaboration standards--whether SIP, H.323, MEGACO, MGCP or 3G-324M for 3G video telephony," said Eli Orr, H.323 Product Manager for RADVISION's Technology Business Unit. "By delivering the most advanced and mature tools for H.323, we enable our customers to get a leap on the competition by developing market-leading product offerings."

The RADVISION H.323 Protocol Toolkit v4.2 supports the development of products supporting both IPv4 and IPv6 protocols. This is significant as many service providers are looking for products that both support services running on the new IPv6 schema while still offering backwards compatibility with today's IPv4 schema.
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Comment:RADVISION announces new H.323 toolkit V4.2, supporting advanced features found in latest ITU-T H.323 standards.(H.323 Protocol Toolkit 4.2)
Publication:EDP Weekly's IT Monitor
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Date:Dec 15, 2003
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