San Jose, CA, March 15, 2007 – Commetrex Corporation today announced that it has been named to the 2007 “pulver 100,” the IP communications industry’s premier listing of privately-held growth companies that represent the future of the IP-voice and video communications ecosystem. Commetrex, which is well known for its portfolio of fax technologies, has been named to the list for the sixth consecutive year. The company has been shipping T.38 fax relay for over seven years, and shipped the category-defining TerminatingT38 six years ago. Commetrex recently reached a milestone of attaining its 75th T.38 customer. More recently, Commetrex has concentrated its’ efforts on BladeWare HMP media server, the flagship product in the company’s IMS strategy.

“The Pulver 100 is the IP Communications industry’s first and foremost award listing, and it continues to grow in significance because companies like Commetrex continue to spread IP communications via their BladeWare family of products,” stated Jeff Pulver, Founder and Chairman of pulvermedia. “We’re proud to name Commetrex to this year’s Pulver 100.” Mike Coffee, Commetrex’ CEO, added, “Jeff Pulver is performing a major service for our industry by producing the VON conferences. His pulver100 serves to focus attention on companies that are providing the leadership and innovation for the IP-telephony industry. We are very pleased to have been included in this group for the last six years.”

Commetrex will exhibit at VON Spring 2007, to be held at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose CA March 19 – 22. At the Commetrex booth 641 you will see a demonstration of BladeWare Fax-to-Email. While at the booth, learn more about the availability of BladeWareVXML Interpreter, the initial open-source release in the BladeWareVXML product suite, and the latest addition to the BladeWare product family and participate in the Commetrex “Visit 10…Win 10″ program and have a chance to win a Palm Lifedrive mobile manager and 10 free ports of BladeWare.

About the pulver100
Originally introduced in 2002, the Pulver 100 features private companies that impact the distribution of communications and entertainment with Internet technology. These companies have substantial real-world deployments and enjoy significant growth rates. The value chain characterized by the Pulver 100 differs from the vertically integrated model of the last century, focusing more on the direct interface to customers and consumers which has been brought about by the Internet. For additional details on the 2007 pulver 100, please visit The 2007 Pulver 100.

About Pulvermedia
Pulvermedia is the leading integrated media company, building communities and providing ready marketplace access through its unparalleled blend of trade shows, publications, web channels, and progressive cutting-edge media. And as the foremost integrated media company, pulvermedia is ideally poised to deliver a vast range of messages to a wide variety of audiences, including technology buyers and sellers, government regulators, industry analysts, luminaries, pundits and bloggers.

About Commetrex Corporation
Commetrex Corporation develops and markets enabling technologies for the gateway and media-server telecom OEM. Well known for its market-leading fax and other licensed media-processing technologies, Commetrex recently announced its 75th T.38 FoIP customer. Commetrex has recently completed a multi-year development effort that produced BladeWare, an IMS-ready software-only media server featuring Commetrex’ category-defining TerminatingT38. Now, Commetrex is enhancing the BladeWare IMS Media Resource Function by introducing comprehensive voice capabilities, including BladeWare VXML, an open-source VoiceXML-based Media Resource Function Controller. Commetrex’ list of licensees is a who’s who of the telecom industry, including Agere, Iperia, Genband, Castelle, Lucent, Sonus, OpenWave, Nortel, Broadsoft, Siemens, ShoreTel, Avaya, Empirix, LogicaCMG, and IP Unity Glenayre.