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Radiant Logic Ships HDAP, Identity Management’s First LDAP Directory Driven by Search and Big Data Technology

RadiantOne 7.0’s Elastic Search and Distributed Computing Create New Possibilities for Identity, Access, and Data Management radiant-logic-logo.jpg

Radiant Logic, market-leading provider of federated identity systems based on virtualization, today announced the shipment of its flagship product, RadiantOne version 7.0. This latest release introduces HDAP, the world’s first LDAP directory based on search technology and large cluster computing, and features an advanced identity integration layer based on virtualization. hdap.JPG
HDAP allows enterprises to harness the power of large cluster and elastic computing in their identity infrastructure. With virtualization, organizations can deploy much-needed “views” of their identity infrastructure that their applications require, whether they’re located on-premises or in the cloud. With HDAP, those views are stored in a high-performance directory that is always up to date and scales dynamically based on demand.
Federation (security and single sign-on), the cloud, and an increasingly mobile workforce are more

Human Sounding Text to Speech Peripheral Targets Passenger Information Systems

TextSpeak ships affordable, high definition speech synthesis hardware in 20 languages to provide audio announcements for transit infrastructure, vehicles, kiosks and unattended platforms

For the first time, multi-lingual announcements in human quality voices can be generated from the digital signals feeding existing transit infrastructure. TextSpeak has released the TTS-EM-HD2, the smallest and most sophisticated voice synthesis paging and announcement product of its kind. The stand-alone package requires only one digital input signal and a speaker connection to produce spoken audio. The conversion of informational data to a clear, natural sounding voice is completely automatic.

Dynamic and real-time passenger information, alerts and security warnings can be spoken from message queues, streaming data or directly from typed text, locally or from distant distribution points. The TextSpeak integrated audio amplifiers deliver the synthesized sound to paging systems, radio and video channels, or directly to a single speaker.

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SMTP Deploys New Ecosystem Service Platform for Email Sending & Delivery, Cloud-based Messaging

Recipient-Centric Platform Ensures Higher Delivery Performance, Empowers Email Marketing, Enterprise Senders with Customer Visibility, Advanced Reporting and Seamless Integration with 3rd Party Applications

SMTP, Inc. (OTCBB: SMTP) a leading global service provider of email sending, delivery and cloud-based messaging, today announced the launch of its new Ecosystem Service Platform (ESP). The latest innovation from SMTP (, ESP will improve email delivery rates while providing greater visibility for customers that includes more detailed delivery statistics and reporting, an API library for integrating SMTP services with third-party applications, and significantly increased sending performance.

Over the coming months, current SMTP customers will be migrated to the new service platform in two phases. Phase I of the migration to ESP, which is currently underway, will involve customers who subscribe to dedicated service plans. Phase II, which we forecast will begin in February 2012, will include SMTP customers with shared service more

Route1 Answers the Call for Secure, Remote Access

Route1 Answers the Call for Secure, Remote AccessIf you were to ask Tony Busseri, CEO of Route1, on five separate occasions what is company’s mission is, his answer will never change.

Route1’s philosophy on data security is simple: Protect the Fortress. All data and internal files remain should remain safely within an organization’s confines, so they are not exposed to unauthorized access or unnecessary risk.

Route1 (TSX V: ROI), a security and identity management company, is in a very unique position to help government agencies and private companies quickly and easily cope with the escalating need for secure remote access and identity management.

As Busseri will convincingly tell you, Only Route1 solutions are founded on the principle of assuring the identity of an individual, not a PC, tablet, smartphone or other device.

Without question, Route1’s track record is quite impressive; it has a diverse, distinguished customer base comprised of government more

Taoglas USA and Sprint Collaborate to Help M2M Manufacturers with Antenna Expertise

Taoglas OTA (Over the Air) Test Chamber Provides Antenna & RF Testing and Solutions to Prepare M2M Products for Sprint Certification

SAN DIEGO, California – Wednesday, November 2, 2011 – Taoglas USA, Inc (, a leading provider of antenna solutions to the M2M market, announced that it is a Sprint (NYSE:S) M2M Collaboration Center Partner. As a Collaboration Center partner, Taoglas will help machine-to-machine (M2M) manufacturers prepare for Sprint’s over the air (OTA) transmit and receive sensitivity (TRP/TIS) and antenna performance testing.

The Sprint M2M Collaboration Center is a roll-up-your-sleeves workshop where partners and enterprise customers work side-by-side to develop commercially viable offerings based on M2M technology as well as prepare M2M devices for certification on the Sprint Network. Taoglas provides antenna solutions to M2M manufacturers and offers antenna design test services prior to manufacturers submitting devices for Sprint certification. Taoglas ensures that every antenna solution is more

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Route1 Advances its Security Features and Protocols

Route1 Inc. (TSX VENTURE: ROI), a security and identity management company, announced today from the ACFEA TechNet Asia-Pacific Conference and Expo the release of its TruOFFICE 3.5 software application.

One of the industry’s most comprehensive secure remote access solutions, TruOFFICE 3.5 comes with improved security features and protocols, including the following:
— The TruOFFICE application software data sessions now utilize the Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.1 protocol by default
— The TruOFFICE application software now includes enhanced protection mechanisms while operating in hostile environments
— The MobiKEY Fusion device now supports SHA-2 smart cards and data sessions to 64-bit Host computers
— Performance of the MobiKEY Fusion device’s communication with the smart card has been significantly improved.

“TruOFFICE 3.5 is another strong example of how Route1 continues to deliver secure remote access technology that provides government and enterprise personnel more

Zeacom Reports More than 225k Daily Users

Amid the gloom and doom surrounding our economy, one company continues to stand out. Zeacom, a provider of contact center, unified communications and business process automation software and services, today reported significant growth in both the number of enterprises and individual users of its Zeacom Communications Center (ZCC) platform
As of September 1, 2011, more than 76,000 contact center and 226,000 unified communications users at more than 4,000 sites use ZCC daily.

Ernie Wallerstein, Zeacom president, noted that, I am very pleased with Zeacom’s continued success, which is a direct result of consistent focus in contact center, unified communications and process automation solutions. Since our inception, we have remained steadfast in our operational mandate as a software provider and unlike other vendors, we do not try to be all things to all people.

He continued, With organizations both public and private emphasizing customer service, engagement and more

Momentum Telecom inks LogiSense for Digital Voice, VoIP Billing

Today from BroadSoft Connections in AZ, LogiSense broke the news that it has been selected by Momentum, a leading provider of cloud-based communications solutions, as its new billing provider.

Momentum selected LogiSense because of its proven track record of successful deployments and cost-effective IP billing solution.

Momentum currently offers wholesale digital voice services to more than 350 cable operators, municipalities, value-added resellers (VAR) and managed services provider (MSP) partners throughout the United States. By leveraging its fully redundant telecommunications infrastructure and back-office capabilities, Momentum is able to provide turnkey residential and business solutions that give operators the ability to incorporate high-quality telephony services into their service portfolio.

In delivering exceptional digital voice service to providers across the country, it is imperative that we have trusted partners who deliver a significant value-add in today’s hyper-competitive marketplace, said Kelly Windham, director of billing, Momentum. Working with LogiSense more

Zeacom to Exhibit at Credit Union Call Center Conference

Industry Leader Will Showcase Proven Solutions for Effective Credit Union Customer Interaction Management

Irvine (October 13, 2011) Zeacom (, a leading global provider of contact center, unified communications and business process automation software and services, today announced that it will showcase the latest advancements to its Zeacom Communications Center (ZCC) platform at the upcoming Credit Union Call Center Conference in Las Vegas.



➢ WHEN: October 17-18, 2011

➢ WHERE: Treasure Island, Las Vegas, NV

A tenured call center and contact center industry practitioner, Zeacom has an extensive, proven track record supporting credit unions nationwide. Tom Farquhar, Zeacom, noted that, For years, credit unions have relied on Zeacom to ensure that their members receive the highest possible levels of service and support. Our solutions are truly a natural fit more

M2M Players RACO Wireless and Aeris Communications Work Together to Accelerate M2M Growth

San DiegoCTIA Enterprise & Applications™ 2011 (Booth #441)October 10, 2011RACO Wireless, a key machine-to-machine (M2M) partner and enabler, and Aeris Communications, Inc., the nationwide cellular carrier for market-leading telematics programs, revealed that the two companies are teaming up to drive the growth of M2M communications.

RACO Wireless is the T-Mobile Preferred M2M Provider. Aeris Communications offers CDMA coverage throughout North America through its CDMA carrier relationships and GSM coverage through T-Mobile.

RACO Wireless and Aeris Communications are joining together in the spirit of coopetition – defined as two or more competitors working together to meet a common goal – to help accelerate the deployment of M2M applications.

Forward-thinking providers of M2M connectivity know that we need to make it as simple as possible for companies to bring M2M applications to market, said John Horn, President of RACO Wireless. That’s why Aeris Communications and RACO more

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