Commetrex Adds to Market-Leading IP-Fax Portfolio

Company Announces BladeWare Email-to-Fax


ITExpo Los Angeles, CA September 16, 2008 – Commetrex Corporation announced today the general availability of its newest BladeWare application, BladeWare Email-to-Fax Server (Email2Fax). BladeWare, an all-software (HMP) fax media server, has included two deployment-ready fax applications: BladeWare Fax Media Server (FMS), for use with SIP-based application servers and BladeWare Fax-to-Email (Fax2Email). Now, BladeWare Email2Fax joins the line up. The Company maintains that each of these products offer unique values to the service provider.


Tom Ray, Commetrex’ EVP, explained: “We’ve licensed our TerminatingT38 stack to many hosted-services solution providers, but they only make fax available as part of a comprehensive solution. BladeWare, on the other hand, offers an affordable and easy-to-deploy tightly focused solution to the problem of adding fax to a voice-only service network. We are pleased to be able to announce BladeWare Email2Fax since it allows service providers to finally offer outbound email-to-fax services alongside BladeWare-based fax-to-email.” Commetrex is exhibiting BladeWare Email2Fax at the Internet Telephony Expo and Conference to be held in Los Angeles (CA) on September 16 – 18th.

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 Fax2Email, and BladeWare Email2Fax. 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 LSI/Agere, Iperia, Genband, Castelle, Lucent, Sonus, OpenWave, Nortel, Broadsoft, Siemens, ShoreTel, Avaya, Empirix, Logica, and Movius. Commetrex is currently enhancing the BladeWare product family by introducing comprehensive voice capabilities with its BladeWareVXML initiative.