Leading IP fax server XMediusFAX now rated Avaya 4.0.1 Compliant

Montreal, Canada, March 25, 2008 – Sagem-Interstar Inc. (Sagem Communications), the global leader in advanced fax solutions for IP networks, announced today that its award-winning XMediusFAX Release 5.5 boardless (software-only) T.38 Fax over IP (FoIP) server solution has recently been rated “Avaya Compliant” with Avaya’s Communication Manager 4.0.1 and will be showcased at the International Alliance of Avaya Users (InAAU) conference (Booth 623), being held March 30 to April 3 in San Diego, CA.

XMediusFAX Release 5.5 is the VoIP industry’s first truly boardless fax server software to interoperate with Avaya Communication Manager VoIP gateways without the added expense of fax boards and third-party software kits. Ranked as the No. 1* IP fax server solution for the 6th consecutive year since 2002, the latest evolution of XMediusFAX positions itself as an essential component to any unified communications and converged IP network infrastructure.



It includes new features such as a unique, built-in Python scripting capability for easy and customizable integration with a wide range of critical business applications to enhance document processing and workflow. XMediusFAX also offers increased flexibility in fax routing, and a new Split Fax function that allows users to manipulate individual fax pages online.

“Sagem-Interstar is an Avaya DevConnect Partner and a technology leader in the Avaya VoIP community. Our Avaya-Compliant XMediusFAX is deployed in more than 40 countries, and prevails in the global market as the fax server with the largest number of boardless T.38 FoIP integrations with Avaya VoIP equipment,” said Jean Champagne, General Manager of Sagem-Interstar. “XMediusFAX leverages Avaya VoIP and IP Telephony platforms, enabling organizations to boost productivity, collaborate more efficiently, reduce costs, achieve regulatory compliance, and streamline administration.”

XMediusFAX boardless T.38 FoIP fax server technology is field-proven in thousands of mission-critical environments worldwide. For more information, go to:
www.faxserver.com/fax-server-software/xmediusfax/index.htm.

Read more about the Avaya-Compliant XMediusFAX:
www.faxserver.com/fax-server-software/xmediusfax/avaya_compliant_e.htm

* Source: Davidson Consulting’s Computer-Based Fax Markets Report (published Dec. 2007)

About Sagem-Interstar Inc.

Sagem-Interstar Inc. is the global leader in advanced fax server solutions for IP networks. Its field-proven XMediusFAX® leverages IP telephony and Unified Communications systems to enhance productivity, collaboration and ROI by integrating fax on the desktop. Deployed worldwide in enterprises and service provider sites since 2002, XMediusFAX is the most mature T.38 Fax over IP (FoIP) software on the market. As the North American subsidiary of Sagem Communications, Sagem-Interstar is perpetually “Changing the Way You Fax” with its recognized excellence in delivering FoIP innovations.

Visit Sagem-Interstar’s website at: www.faxserver.com.

About Sagem Communications

A French, international scale, high technology company, Sagem Communications specialises in broadband communications and convergence in particular in the following areas: printing terminals, digital TV set-top boxes, broadband and residential terminals, communicating energy management solutions and telecom systems and partnerships.
The company is in a leadership position in these sectors thanks to its proven capacity for innovation. Sagem Communications aims to become a world leader in convergence and broadband terminals.
With a turnover of almost 1.3 billion euros, Sagem Communications employs 6,500 people on five continents and is headquartered in Paris.

For more information: www.sagem-communications.com / www.sagem.com

Media Contact:

Gisèle Seto
Sagem-Interstar Inc.
Marketing Communications
Phone: +1.514.422.4323
gisele.seto@sagem-interstar.com

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