Analysis Tool Solves Critical Industry Need

Los Angeles, October 4, 2010 – Commetrex announced today the immediate availability of FaxTap for T.38, release 2.5. FaxTap for T.38, and its companion product, FaxTap for PCM, are used in lawful intercept and IP-fax session-analysis applications. The FaxTap for T.38 product, which produces a fax session’s image file with a Wireshark capture as input, is available as a DLL for integration into an OEM’s application, or as a stand-alone executable.

According to Tom Ray, Commetrex’ sales VP, release 2.5 adds automatic T.38 call filtering, improved user documentation, optional verbose debug messages, and support for ECM. “With the accelerated growth of T.38 deployments in recent months, the need for IP-fax session analysis has grown exponentially, and FaxTap is the ideal product to meet that need. And, despite the growing demand for FaxTap, we are pleased to announce new lower pricing, at $995 single-user, per-seat license fee, effective immediately”, Ray added.

Commetrex is currently exhibiting at TMC’s ITEXPO Fall 2010, and invites attendees to come by booth #407 to find out about Smart FoIP on BladeWare and other Commetrex products.

About Commetrex Corporation
Commetrex, after providing industry-leading fax technologies to the telecom equipment OEM for over a decade, has developed BladeWare™, an advanced-architecture all-software telephony platform that supports FoIP with SIP signaling. In 2009, the company added support for digital and analog PSTN connectivity in partnership with Sangoma Technologies. The addition of support for PCI and PCI Express boards for analog office and station interfaces and ISDN PRI and BRI gives Commetrex the industry’s broadest fax-telephony product line for the enterprise-fax OEM. Commetrex’ list of technology licensees is a who’s who of the telecom industry, including 8X8, Altigen, Aspect, Audiocodes, Avaya, Broadsoft, Copia International, Digium, emFAST, Interactive Intelligence, Openwave, Radisys, Sagem-Interstar, Shoretel, Siemens, Tektronix, and Sonus Networks.