CallWare Technologies Inc., the provider of the first NetWare Loadable Module (NLM) for voice and call processing, announced Wednesday it is integrating its flagship product CallWare with Novell’s NetWare Directory Services (NDS).
Capitalizing on the growing market for computer telephony products, the initial integration between CallWare and NDS will allow a central point of administration for the data network and the CallWare voice messaging system. This will provide a common, enterprise-wide directory between the two systems and dramatically decrease the cost of administration.
“Integration with NetWare Directory Services will have far reaching effects in further establishing CallWare as the voice and call processing choice for companies that want to leverage their existing hardware and software investments,” said R. Craig Hansen, chairman and chief executive officer, CallWare Technologies.
“In addition, they will benefit from the power of combining the strengths of computing with the flexibility of the telephone. This development effort continues to demonstrate our commitment to Novell, as well as delivering added value to the NetWare environment.”
According to Scott Wells, product line manager, ISV Marketing, Novell Inc.: “CallWare Technologies has taken the first voice and call processing NLM and has advanced it to the next level by integrating it with NetWare Directory Services. We applaud their efforts to bring the powerful, distributed resources of NetWare Directory Services into the forefront of the growing Computer Telephone Integration market. Anytime administration costs can be reduced and investments leveraged, which is exactly what NDS-enabled CallWare provides — the customer wins.”
CallWare represents the most innovative telephony software available. NetWare and NDS enhance that position by giving global access to all network resources. Together, the integration of CallWare and NDS will provide seamless administration of user information such as name, phone extension, etc. from a single location.
CallWare Technologies is leading the way in linking computers and telephones by providing the first software-only LAN
solution for voice and call processing.
CallWare recently finished as a finalist in the McGraw-Hill/LAN TIMES “Best of Show” judging during the Fall ’94 NetWorld+Interop tradeshow. The NDS-enabled version of CallWare is scheduled for release in early 1995.
A leading-edge telecommunication company for three decades, Callware Technologies, Inc. develops voice and telephony enabled solutions. Known for its flagship Callegra.UC product, Callware provides voicemail, unified messaging, auto attendant, text to speech (TTS), voice recognition, and the ability to get access to voice and fax messages from the telephone, mobile client, desktop client, or the Internet. The product supports VoIP, SIP and other PBX integrations. Callware produces high security versions of its product, one of which is the Callegra.UC JITC product, created specifically for the United States Department of Defense (DoD). Callware’s products are installed in thousands of locations throughout the world. Callware Technologies corporate headquarters are located in Salt Lake City, Utah.