Computer Telephony specialist Dialogic Corp has launched version 2.0 of its CT Connect computer telephony integration server software – which integrates the computer and telephone network – and has added a port to the Santa Cruz Operation Inc’s UnixWare operating system in addition to the existing Windows NT version. The server software connects to a PBX private branch exchange via Ethernet, ISDN, X.25, or serial-line interface, enabling the digital phone data to be transferred to the server, which then redirects the phone calls across the network to client applications. CT Connect has client application interfaces for Windows 3.1 and NT, IBM Corp’s OS/2, Hewlett-Packard Co’s HP-UX, SCO OpenServer, SCO UnixWare, Sun Microsystems Inc Solaris, and Digital Equipment Corp’s Digital Unix and OpenVMS operating systems. CT-Connect will ship in September, and costs $15,000 per server.
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