February 24, 2012

Massphoning joins us at #MWC 2012 Barcelona

We are very proud to announce that massphoning will join us at next next Mobile World Congress 2012 Barcelona #MWC. Developed with Cloud IVR Technology, this service allows any business to schedule massive phone calling campaigns from anywhere. The campaigns can deliver calls issued in waves of hundreds at a time, so a huge number of people can be reached in a very short time. In addition, and unlike SMS, you can gather feedback from the recipients who can keypress on their phones to make choices and answer questions. The Massphoning Cloud Service runs over an REST/OAuth application programming interface like Twitter, Facebook or Google+. You can use this advanced API to easily integrate many apps or websites with the Massphoning technology. This enables users to connect with each other for maximum engagement using many calls at once features from […]
April 1, 2010

Opus Research: Version of VXI* for Asterisk Now Runs in Amazon EC2 Cloud

Opus Research is featuring I6NET in an article by Dan Miller entitled “Version of VXI* for Asterisk Now Runs in Amazon EC2 Cloud”. Here is a brief snippet: Earlier this month the the folks at i6Net Technologies showcased the release of a new version of its VXI* VoiceXML browser here. In a series of subsequent posts, the site offered pointers or suggestions regarding implementation of VXI* as a “plug in” for Asterisk-based IP-PBX’s including a set of virtual solutions where the browser is running in association with an instantiation of Asterisk 1.4 virtual PBX in Amazon’s EC2 (Elactic Compute Cloud) data centers […] Optimization of EC2 to boost the performance of Asterisk seems to have begun in earnest roughly a year ago. Adding speech-enabled IVR using i6net’s beta program for testing VXI based VoiceXML scripts in EC2 began the following […]
March 19, 2010

VXI* VoiceXML browser 4.4 Cloud Ready IVR software for Amazon EC2 virtual servers

VXI* VoiceXML browser 4.4 for Asterisk, Cloud-Ready EC2 Telephony Solution. After months,working with the VXI* Cloud Beta Program, we are please to unveil VXI* last packages have been built and tested to run over  EC2 Virtual Servers with a special activation key (production servers).  Now, you can build your own virtual IVR servers for your VoiceXML applications or  manage yourself a Cloud Telephony Service. Recommended final packages for EC2: » Cloud Ready: CentOS 5 VXI* 4.4 / Asterisk 1.4 for EC2 32bit | 64bit VXI* VoiceXML browser can run with more virtual OS environnements, but current activation keys are only available for Amazon EC2 virtual servers. Thank you for your continuous support!
November 5, 2009

Acapela launches “Voice in the Cloud”, a Text-to-Speech as a Service

Acapela Group, the European leader in speech synthesis, is launching Voice as a Service (VaaS), an online, cost effective, very easy to use, straight talking solution that gives any content a natural voice and enables customers to profit from the power of the spoken word. We are please about our partner’s announcement, that is a very complementary service for the I6NET’s VXI* Cloud Program or any VXI* VoiceXML server connected to Internet too! To get more information and sign up for an evaluation account, check out the Acapela Voice as a Service dedicated website:
August 24, 2009

VXI* Cloud Beta Program, released!

We are pleased to announce the open beta of Cloud VXI* VoiceXML for Asterisk is ready to begin and we look forward to you participation. All registred users to this program will receive today the lasted VXI* 4.2 packages to run on al virtual OS ready for Cloud. This software and license keys are only  available for users who have previously register to the VXI* Cloud Beta Program to follow any feedback with I6NET’s Support team. Thank you for your continuous support!
August 3, 2009

VXI* Cloud Beta Program is now available

We are looking for beta testers to run our new VXI* packages on virtual machines with Asterisk. During the Cloud Beta Program period (2 months from now), I6NET will provide you a test license for your Cloud based Asterisk. This program is open to test different virtual OS (Vmware, Ubuntu-KVM, Amazon EC2…) where an Asterisk PBX 1.4/1.6 can run with a Linux optimized kernel timer. By participating in the Cloud Beta Program you receive the following benefits: Earliest access to new releases Ability to influence the final product and to suggest changes prior to final releases Free technical support You will receive a notification when an enrollment will be opened. Please register here. Licenses for cloud testing: 1 port for Trial, unlimited time 1 Evaluation mode 30 ports during 30 min (reload) Current partners are testing on these platforms: Other […]
July 30, 2009

VXI* VoiceXML browser for Asterisk goes Cloud

I6NET is proud to announce next VXI* releases for Asterisk PBX will provide advanced Cloud Telephony for real. This approach will free carriers and enterprises to get their own Virtual IVR services powered by VoiceXML / SIP, the open standard speech XML language and VoIP protocol. Today traditional, Hosted Telephony or Phone 2.0 API services don’t provide to users a full access to their own IVR platforms management and engines control in the Cloud. With VXI* for Cloud, you will run any standard VoiceXML 2.0+ application for inbound / outbound telephony services by yourself in your own virtual OS server environment. Coming soon next days: VXI* Cloud Beta Program launching!