November 17, 2005
Brekeke Software, Inc.
Brekeke Software Announces Coming Release of OnDO SIP Server v1.5 with Enhanced Dial Plan Functionality for Increased Interoperability
SAN MATEO, Calif. - November 17, 2005 - Today Brekeke Software, Inc. announced they will release version 1.5 of their OnDO SIP Server, a software proxy and registrar server, used to register and authenticate VoIP calls, then route calls between user agents. This software release includes improved dial plan features that increase compatibility between SIP compliant products and provide added capability for creating complex and powerful dial plans.
With the growing popularity of SIP technology, and the variety of SIP devices to choose from, compatibility between SIP servers and SIP devices is fast becoming a concern for many users. Brekeke's OnDO SIP Server can help solve these issues by providing the flexibility to rewrite, insert, or delete SIP headers according to rules defined in the web-based administration tool. These rules allow the OnDO SIP Server to easily accept any SIP compliant products used throughout the system. For example, a rule can be defined to edit a SIP header depending on the incoming call and the SIP device used by the caller. These dial plan settings are easily changed through the web-based administration tool.
At $200 per license, the OnDO SIP Server provides an affordable software alternative for those not wanting to purchase costly hardware products. For educational institutions and individual users, it's free to use, if you qualify under licensing requirements.
About Brekeke Software, Inc.
Brekeke is focused on developing SIP compliant technologies that enhance VoIP telephony systems. Brekeke's innovative IP-PBX technologies allow people all over the world to connect using OnDO SIP Server and OnDO PBX. Founded in 2002, Brekeke is headquartered in San Mateo, California with partners and resellers throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia.