Telestax uniquely provides full range of call control options from Restcomm Visual Designer to high-level REST APIs for web developers to lower level SIP Servlets for WebRTC/VoIP apps and JSLEE SBBs and Resource Adaptors for legacy SS7 VAS.
Restcomm offers a powerful programmatic IVR with visual design tools and a built in fully virtualized media server. Extensible with text to speech (TTS), automatic speech recognition (ASR) and artificial intelligence (AI) modules.
Restcomm provides audio and video conferencing capabilities designed to scale across a large number of globally distributed participants.
Restcomm includes built-in and programmatic media recording and playback capabilities.
Restcomm provides programmable signaling at REST, SIP Servlets and JSLEE levels. The software stack includes protocol resource adaptors for SIP, SS7, SMPP, Diameter and other telecom protocols.
Restcomm enables apps to implement intelligent Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) based on real time enriched information about the background of the callers, such as language, skills, time of the day and location.
Telestax leads the open source projects implementing three key Java SIP standards: JAIN SIP (JSR 32) and SIP Servlets (JSR 289, JSR 359), as well as JAIN SLEE (JSR 240) with SIP Resource Adaptor.
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Creating an effective Open Source community requires resource investments – both in time and money. Just like anything that produces value however, it’s worth the effort. In our latest white paper, Jean Deruelle, Telestax Co-Founder and CTO delves into the key elements deemed necessary for successful Open Source development.