Solegy™, a provider of a managed Service Delivery Platform (SDP) for VoIP, IMS and other next generation services announced that it has integrated XMPP-based instant messaging from Jive Software into its ServicePDQ™ platform.
the Real Time Collaboration (RTC) capabilities will be integrated through a plug-in to Jive Software’‘s Spark RTC client and the Openfire RTC server, which also includes stand-alone VoIP capabilities. When used in conjunction with Solegy’'s ServicePDQ platform, the solution will allow service providers to seamlessly combine encrypted VoIP service with secure instant messaging and presence, resulting in enhanced security and a richer end-user experience.
Because Solegy is also making the basic Spark plug-in freely downloadable as part of its Open Source SIP project (http://www.opensourcesip.org), anyone can transform the Spark client into a fully functional SIP softphone, which can be registered to any SIP PBX or VoIP calling service. To date, this combination is the only freely available, open source software to combines these capabilities.
Solegy offers managed deployment and back-office systems for VoIP, wireless and cable networks. ServicePDQ, Solegy’s managed Service Delivery Platform (SDP), enables service providers to launch broadband communications services with minimal capital expenditure and integration overhead, resulting in reduced risk, faster time-to-market and a higher return on investment. These service solutions are developed for use with IP and IMS-based networks and applications. Solegy pre-built applications include SOHO Broadband Phone, Voice VPN, Wholesale Peering, Calling cards, as well as Web, SMS & Traditional and Callback. Built on the Solegy ServicePDQ platform, all Solegy solutions provide a real time, operator-grade session management and back-office environment. Solegy is based in New York City, with offices in San Jose, Toronto and Manila. For more information please visit www.solegy.com.
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