SIP Print Labs Certifies Interoperability with SIPfoundry

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Certification Program Signifies Compatibility and High Quality SIP Call Recording for Users of sipXecs IP PBX

SIP Printâ„¢, (http://www.sipprint.com) creators of the first and only truly affordable SIP-based VoIP call recording platform, today announced that the SIPfoundry sipXecs IP PBX as been certified via SIP Print Labs program testing. This certification acknowledges the sipXecs as delivering high performance and compliance with SIP standards, and interoperability with SIP Print's call recording solutions for IP-based phone systems.

SIPfoundry (http://www.sipfoundry.org), a not-for-profit open source community, is the driving force behind sipXecs, an open source enterprise IP PBX unified communications (UC) solution. The sipXecs solution competes in the market for UC and IP PBX solution offerings as an open source alternative to traditional products from Cisco Inc., Avaya Inc., Shoretel Inc. and others. Ease of use continues to be a hallmark of the sipXecs IP PBX solution. As many companies around the globe have experienced firsthand, sipXecs is simple to use and easy to install. The sipXecs effort was bolstered by Nortel's decision to leverage the open source platform, to which the company made many contributions, as the foundation for the Nortel Software Communication System (SCS) IP PBX.

"We are pleased that our community's commitment to SIP standards and open source development has been rewarded yet again with interoperability certification from SIP Print Labs," said Martin Steinman of SIPfoundry. "Both companies clearly recognize the importance of pure, standards-based SIP initiatives across the IP and UC ecosystems, and customers and prospects of SIP Print and SIPfoundry can feel confident in the quality and seamless operation of their business-critical call recording and IP communication solutions."

SIP Print Labs certification program is a multi-faceted effort by SIP Print to collaborate with IP-PBX vendors, customers, and channel partners to define standards of interoperability and performance for call recording applications on SIP-based phone systems. This collaborative initiative will provide for a call recording ecosystem upon which industry participants can rely for verified working solutions. Based on early demand for this new certification, IP-PBX vendors and end-users alike recognize the increasing importance of SIP Print Labs' stamp of approval. The certification brings exceptionally strong value and peace-of-mind to end-users with mission critical call recording applications.

About SIPfoundry:
SIPfoundry, a not-for-profit organization, was founded in 2004 to promote and advance SIP-related open source projects. The major effort carried out by SIPfoundry is the development of the open source sipXecs IP PBX. Through SIPfoundry, users, developers, and distributors of SIP-based products can utilize open-source materials to accelerate the growth and adoption of SIP. For more information on SIPfoundry, please visit http://www.sipfoundry.org.

About SIP Print:
SIP Print is redefining SIP/VoIP call recording with the industry's first and only affordable systems tailored to small and medium-sized businesses with up to 200 seats per location. SIP Print appliances offer; easy installation, simple maintenance and operation, and scalability to support the expansion of high-growth SMBs. SIP Print is compatible and easily integrated with the industry's leading pure SIP-based communications systems and supports leading hybrid VoIP systems as well. The company's affordable, one-of-a-kind SIP call recording systems are SIP 2.0-compliant and CALEA-compliant, and are available through distributors, resellers and OEMs worldwide. To discover the power and simplicity of SIP Print please visit http://www.sipprint.com.

Contact:
Michele Peterson
Skyya Communications (for SIP Print)
Ph: +1 952 949 1371
michele.peterson (at) skyya.com

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