IMS Media Server Customers (Media Resource Function – MRF)

Media servers are used in unified-messaging and hosted-communications systems. And when it comes to delivering fax services, the industry relies on Commetrex. These companies take advantage of BladeWare’s ready-to-deploy applications, such as BladeWare™ Fax Media Server and Fax2Email Server. Those that have an existing telephony platform can take advantage of the category-defining TerminatingT38, to add T.38 support to their existing systems.



AudioCodes, an Audiocodes company, with headquarters in Israel, develops IP-based and standards-based, enhanced messaging and communications platforms deployed worldwide by service providers and enterprises. AudioCodes platforms provide solutions that have been specifically developed to meet the market requirements. AudioCodes’ platforms fully integrate data and voice messaging services over Internet, Intranet, PSTN, cellular, cable and enterprise networks. AudioCodes also offers messaging and unified communications solutions for enterprise customers. AudioCodes utilizes license technologies from Commetrex including BladeWare™ Fax Media Server, in their enterprise product solution.



FaxLogic combines the convenience, features, and benefits of analog fax, Internet Fax and fax servers, while eliminating the drawbacks and incompatibilities. A complete fax communications and document-management system, FaxLogic securely sends, receives, stores, and manages all of your business documents starting at prices lower than the phone line it replaces. FaxLogic uses BladeWare FMS as the server element in its enterprise-fax solution.



GENBAND is a supplier of next-generation IP-gateway and application solutions that enable fixed wireline, mobile, and cable-network service providers to rapidly deploy new multimedia services. GENBAND’s M5 Application Server controls the BladeWare™ Fax Media Server via the SIP-based MSCML application-server-media-server protocol to provide fax-enabled unified messaging.



Iperia’s service creation platform technology, serves both service providers (wire line, wireless, and broadband) and enterprise companies worldwide. Iperia’s enterprise platform allows the integration of new and existing applications into a voice-enabled framework. Iperia’s ActivEdge software is based on open industry standards, such as SIP and VoiceXML, and leverages off-the-shelf hardware components. Iperia offers applications, plus an open architecture that provides interoperability with shared resources and systems. BladeWare™, Commetrex’ all-software media server supports fax send-receive using both T.38 and G.711 pass-through faxes in SIP-based service networks, such as IMS. IPeria uses BladeWare™ Fax Media Server in its ActivEdge software.



Movius delivers carrier-grade messaging and multimedia solutions over IP, TDM, and enterprise networks. Movius offers applications, including voicemail, unified messaging, conferencing, SMS, MMS, text to speech, speech recognition, fax, IVR voice portal, color ringback tones, prepaid billing, video portal, video conferencing, video mail, and video gaming, all built using open-standards based technologies, such as VoiceXML. Movius utilizes a host of licensed technologies from Commetrex to support their product solutions, including TerminatingT38, Image Conversion Library, and the Fax Modem Bundle.

Radisys Corporation


Radisys Corporation is a leading provider of advanced solutions for the communications networking and commercial systems markets. Through intimate customer collaboration and combining innovative technologies and industry leading architecture, RadiSys helps OEMs, systems integrators and solution providers bring better products to market faster and more economically. RadiSys products include embedded boards, application enabling platforms and turn-key systems, which are used in today’s complex computing, processing and network intensive applications. Radisys utilizes various licensed technologies from Commetrex to support their product solutions, including Multi-Modal Terminating Fax, and G.726.