A Vulcan Mind Meld?
Well, we’re giving it a shot.
As is so often the case in software projects, FaxTap for SIP has been 99% complete for the last month, but we finally reached 100% (at least for the alpha) last week. We are pretty confident in it, so we are hopeful we’ll finally launch the beta by the end of the month, and anyone using it will receive an unanticipated benefit.
As you may know, Commetrex has relentlessly focused on fax technology for 20 years, and have been responsible for several innovations, such as terminating T.38, multi-modal terminating fax, the T.38 Interoperability Test Lab, and, most recently, the patent-pending Smart FoIP. The remarkable thing is that, for the most part, these technologies were developed by our two most-senior developers: Cliff Schornak, CTO and co-founder; and Bruce Adams, Principal Engineer and Director, Signal Processing Technologies. This means that we have two guys that have been here since the creation, and there may be nothing about fax that they don’t know between the two of them.
So, they can analyze a Wireshark FoIP capture in a heartbeat. If we could clone them and put them on the staff of every ITSP and carrier, FoIP “issues” would be gone overnight. But since our cloning efforts failed, we decided on FaxTap for SIP, which is our attempt to do a Vulcan mind meld between Cliff, Bruce, and the FaxTap for SIP software, giving the industry a huge boost along the way towards making FoIP work.
Trying to make FoIP work? Give us a call at 770-449-7775 and ask us about FaxTap for SIP and our other products in our make-FoIP-work lineup.