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Siemens Delivers First SOA-Based Telephony Apps
Siemens Communications this week detailed a new service-oriented architecture and delivered its first two SOA-based apps leveraging its SIP-based softswitch.
SOA is all the rage in the applications and development world--but it holds great promise for the creation of more flexible telephony-based applications as well. Siemens calls its application architecture OpenSOA; its new apps--HiPath 8000 Assistant and HiPath 8000 Media Server--leverage that foundation to ease integration with other apps and increase portability across different servers and operating systems, Siemens said.
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