OmniVox3D® is a carrier-grade SIP Application Server that gives you the power to rapidly Design, Develop and Deliver (deployment cycle) revenue-generating, value-added voice (IVR), video (IVVR), Text/SMS (ITR) and USSD (IUR) services in SIP/IMS next generation networks and traditional TDM networks. Because of APEX's belief in Open Architecture, OmniVox3D will not suffer the fate of proprietary platforms which become obsolete as new services, media, devices and protocols are introduced.
The OmniVox3D Application Server provides a widely deployed development and carrier-grade application execution platform with the following attributes:
- A Flexible Distributed and Modular Solution
OmniVox3D's modular design provides the flexibility to use multiple types of media servers and multiple network configurations, including IMS. A key to this is the SIP Session Manager, which acts as a Back-to-Back-User Agent (B2BUA) within the framework of the Application Server. The distributed architecture is used to provide scalability and reliability because multiple instances of OmniVox3D components may be controlled and managed as one uses the OmniView OAM&P Console.
- Service Execution Environment
OmniVox3D provides a strong and flexible execution environment for both inbound and outbound IVR services. It delivers scalability and reliability to applications while providing the utmost flexibility for creating new applications. OmniVox3D is built around web technologies making it a perfect fit for high traffic services. Protocol independence provides the ability to create an application once and run it in multiple of environments, including 3G/Mobile, SIP/IMS, TDM/SS7, IN/AIN and converged netowkr.
- Standards Based Open Architecture
OmniVox3D is a truly open architecture solution built around XML and internet technologies. Running with standard off-the-shelf components, the application server uses open Media Resource Protocols including MSCML, MSML/MOML and VXML. This allows it to serve applications to many open SIP and TDM Media Servers in the market. MRCP support provides open interoperability with leading Speech vendors for Automated Speech Recognition (ASR) and Text-to-Speech (TTS). Additionally, OmniVox3D supports mobile video telephony by using the industry standard 3G-324M protocol.
- New Revenue Opportunities
| Automated Collect Calling
|| Internet Call Waiting
| Voice/Video Mail
|| Unified Voice/Video Messaging
| Business Voice/Video Conferencing
|| Prepaid Voice/Video Calling Cards
| Prepaid Wireless
|| Prepaid Residential
| Video IVR
|| Wireless E-mail
| Network Announcements
|| Directory Assistance
| Automatic Call Distribution
|| Phone Centers
| Auto Attendant
|| Postpaid Billing
| Carrier Billing
|| Video Ringback
| TDM-VoIP Gateway
|| IP Media Server
| Interactive Voice/Video Response
|| Outbound Telemarketing
- Service Creation
OmniVox3D includes the OmniView Service Creation Environment and OAM&P Console that provides application developers the complete deployment cycle for:
- Designing new voice and video services
- Developing and modify existing services
- Delivering and test services
- Monitoring and maintaining applications in production
- Scripting Applications with Python®
OmniVox3D also supports the Python Programming Language for scripting voice and video applications, providing a standards-based interface into existing networks. This allows application developers to build on investments already made on the Web and Internet infrastructures, eliminating the typical restrictions of proprietary systems.
Since 1989 APEX Voice Communications has provided platforms and solutions for the Telecom market. One of the key unique values of the OmniVox3D Application Server is the Service Creation and OAM&P that enable the our customers to reduce the cost of creating, maintaining and operating new services.
APEX's philosophy has always been to train its customers and make them independent. With OmniVox3D there is no dependence on a vendor's schedule to develop applications, and because OmniVox3D applications are protocol independent, applications and licenses can be easily ported across networks as standards evolve.