Aculab, a provider of enabling technology for solution providers and VoIP developers, has announced they will demonstrate the latest version of their VoiceXML/CCXML interpreter software at ACE 2008.
ACE 2008 is the company's annual partner event featuring presentations from industry experts and opinion leaders and offering attendees the opportunity to learn about Aculab's product roadmap and future developments. This year's event will take place from March 31st to April 2nd in Scottsdale, Arizona and will highlight topics like security, intelligent and next generation networks, VoiceXML/CCXML, SIP and a number of other topics.
With Aculab’s VoiceXML/CCXML interpreter software, VoIP developers and PSTN telephony service developers can implement standards-based interfaces for IVR, voice portals, conferencing services, voicemail, and a number of other applications.
Because the software eliminates the need to develop native products APIs, it speeds up the application development process and creates a faster time to market. [click heading for more]
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