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HulloMail™ integrates I6NET’s VoiceXML technology to extend smart voicemail services

Madrid, Spain – June 25th, 2010: I6NET is pleased to announce it has been chosen by voice communications innovator, HulloMail™ (, to be the VoiceXML interpreter of their open source media server to support the continued expansion of their services.

HulloMail, which launched a year ago, is revolutionising the way people use voicemail by developing the most innovative and user-friendly way to send, manage and share day-to-day voice communications.

Andy Munarriz, founder and CEO, HulloMail said: “I6NET’s VoiceXML technologies are an ideal fit for HulloMail. We are committed to an open source, standards based approach to delivering voice services, and working with I6NET allows us to honour this commitment. I6NET has a great reputation in the telephony industry for its research and product development and we are pleased to partner with them so we can integrate new speech recognition functionalities into our HulloMail offering. Resulting new feature updates will be sent to our users in due course.”

Ivan Sixto, founder and CEO, I6NET said: “HulloMail is a impressive service providing advanced added value to millions of subscribers worldwide. We are very pleased to provide Hullomail with our VoiceXML engines to add new features to the HulloMail smart voicemail service, whilst also making it easier for them to focus on their business operations and global expansion plans.”

The HulloMail technology, used daily by over 35 million subscribers worldwide, has been developed with an emphasis on extensive product research and consumer-led innovation.

About I6NET

I6NET Solutions and Technologies Limited is a pan European company specializing in the development of new applications and advanced communication solutions. Its innovative VoiceXML browser and applications technology enables the creation of interactive voice and video IP/3G services to access multi-lingual and dynamic contents.

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