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June 8, 2005

BaseVoice Releases SIP Products

BRIDGEPORT, Pa. -- BaseVoice has released version 2.0 of the BaseStack and version 2.5 of BaseVoice Vanilla Server. The members section of the BaseVoice website, , now provides installations for Windows and Linux platforms.

BaseStack is an implementation of the JAIN SIP API v1.1 and is the fundamental component underlying BaseVoice's entire product line. It was designed from the ground up for speed and simplicity. It conforms to the JAIN SIP API v1.1 and has support for both SIP RFC 3261, and the SIMPLE specifications for instant messaging and presence support. The stack is highly configurable, and can be plugged directly into any J2SE or J2EE application.

BaseVoice Vanilla is a J2EE-based SIP Server that functions as a Proxy, Registrar and Presence Server. It includes a web interface, allowing for easy administration, and uses a database back-end for persistence. BaseVoice Vanilla has been used successfully as a registrar service for enterprise telephony systems, proxying to soft-switch and hardware PSTN gateways and as an Intranet collaboration system for distributed development teams.

BaseVoice, LLC. is a software products and services company focused on developing emerging technologies such as communications, location-based applications for the mobile market, and convergent architectures. BaseVoice, founded in 2003, is a privately held company headquartered in Bridgeport, Pennsylvania. For more information, please visit BaseVoice's web site at

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