Siemens Blitzes SOA Telephony

As many companies stutter-step about dipping their toes into the SOA waters, Siemens has blitzed ahead and reported that it’s delivering SOA-based apps into the telephony business.  The HiPath 8000 Assistant and HiPath 8000 Media Server  use Siemens OpenSOA foundation to ease integration with other apps and increase portability across different servers and operating systems. Siemens says that OpenSOA also provides “baseline service component capabilities–including presence, location, notification and collaboration capabilities–that enterprises can use to build new composite telephony apps in such areas as unified communications, unified message and call centers.”

OpenSOA components are built in Java and XML, and Siemens is clearly marching at the head of this parade.

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