Roswell, GA, January 29, 2008 – Commetrex Corporation announced that Interactive Intelligence has selected BladeWareVXML Commercial Edition (CE) as the VoiceXML interpreter for its Interaction Center platform. “ BladeWareVXML CE will enable us to focus on our specialty of developing sophisticated voice-enhanced IVR applications without having to worry about supporting the latest VoiceXML standards,” said Joseph A. Staples, senior vice president of worldwide marketing for Interactive Intelligence. BladeWareVXML CE will expand the Interaction Center platform’s support for VoiceXML applications, by allowing Interactive Intelligence to create applications faster and more efficiently than in the past.

BladeWareVXML CE is unique because it offers small to mid-size telephony providers the ability to use the VoiceXML standard without the cost and time associated with developing and maintaining VoiceXML interpreters,” according to Tom Ray, executive vice president of sales and marketing for CommetrexR. “With improved performance, added features, and full VoiceXML 2.1 compliance, BladeWareVXML CE is an exciting new alternative for the many OpenVXi users, such as Interactive Intelligence, that have largely been neglected,” Ray continued.

BladeWareVXML CE is the commercial version of BladeWareVXML, Commetrex’ open-source interpreter, which is available for download at www.sourceforge.net. BladeWareVXML CE includes source code, as well as software support and licensing options. Additional advantages of the commercial license include redistribution rights, warranty, indemnification,

BladeWareVXML CE is the commercial version of BladeWareVXML, Commetrex’ open-source interpreter, which is available for download at www.sourceforge.net. BladeWareVXML CE includes source code, as well as software support and licensing options. Additional advantages of the commercial license include redistribution rights, warranty, indemnification, access to beta versions, and priority response to feature requests.

About BladeWare
BladeWare? is an open-architecture media server, which means developers can use the BladeWare APIs to develop proprietary applications, and even use “below-the-API” developer’s kits to extend BladeWare‘s functionality. But BladeWare is also available from Commetrex with ready-to-deploy applications, including BladeWare Fax Media Server (FMS), BladeWare Fax-to-Email, and BladeWare Email-to-Fax. FMS turns a BladeWare system into a network appliance that is IMS MRF ready. BladeWareVXML, is Commetrex open-source VoiceXML product family, designed to operate as the IMS Media Resource Function Controller (MRFC) for voice and video application environments.

About Commetrex Corporation
Commetrex develops and markets enabling technologies for the gateway and media-server telecom OEM, as well as ready-to-deploy fax applications, BladeWare Fax Media Server (FMS), BladeWare Fax-to-Email, and BladeWare Email-to-Fax. Well known for its market-leading fax and other licensed media-processing technologies, Commetrex has announced its 75th T.38 FoIP customer. 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. Commetrex is currently enhancing the BladeWare product family by introducing comprehensive voice capabilities with its BladeWareVXML open-source initiative.