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Andrexen showcasing Unified Communication & WebRTC solutions @ GITEX, Dubaï

Andrexen, together with its Partner Cirpack, will be showcasing Unified Communication & WebRTC solutions @ GITEX, that will take place from October 18 to October 22, 2015.

The technologies offered by Cirpack&Andrexen have already helped it to reach a record of 60 million VoIP users worldwide. In addition, the company has obtained €3 million in financing which will be used to increase its international growth and develop new products.

The GITEX Technology Week in Dubai will therefore be an opportunity for Cirpack&Andrexen to promote its ‘Unified Communications Application Server’ to Service Providers, MVNO and Fixed and Mobile Operators. This offer is based on advanced and ready-to-deploy solutions in IP telephony and Unified Communications (voice, video, presence management, videoconferencing, instant messaging, etc.). Enterprise applications such as IP PBX, WebRTC and Unified Communications will be presented during this event.

Cirpack&Andrexen will also be presenting its ‘Cirpack Full-SIP’ program based on IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem). This program includes the launch of a range of solutions for telecom operators to offer new multimedia services to end users. The first step involves a transit SBC (System Border Controller) combining the functions of a Softswitch Class 4 with an SBC on scalable IMS architecture. By introducing as of today a fixed and mobile solution, such as Cloud Centrex, Cirpack demonstrates its long-term commitment to IMS in order to provide operators with the flexibility and ease of implementing new services.

Come and visit us on booth D4-26.

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We moved!

Dear all,

So as to accommodate our French activities, we’re excited to share with you our new Paris Office address, effective June, 30th, 2014:

Andrexen
17 rue Louise Michel
92300 Levallois-Perret,
FRANCE

Our contact information remains the same:

Phone: +33 1 72 74 15 90
www.andrexen.com

Please update your records.

Looking forward to meeting with you in our new offices,

The Andrexen Team.

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Andrexen @ Mobile World Congress 2014

Leveraging Mobile World Congress event, Andrexen will showcase Uniquity, its unique RCS webRTC application, embedded with IM, audio, video, fils sharing and screensharing. Not only does Uniquity go beyond standard webRTC norm, but it also integrates with IP Centrex solutions, making it a PREMIER Unified Communication Solution.

And more : with Uniquity App, enjoyt this breakthrough innnovation on Android and iOS!

Contact us to set up a meeting.

http://uniquity.andrexen.com

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Andrexen launches the very first Web Unified Communication solution, Uniquity®-Web for Operators, & ISPs – leveraging Medooze and TeleStax, Inc Solutions.

 

Forget about setting up a heavy plug in, handling with OS compatibility troubles …  Uniquity®-Web is a  powerful all-in-one web communication solution available to each and every user having a mere browser, allowing to enjoy a unique set of functionalities : voice and Video HD, presence, instant messaging, file transfer, remote control desktop.

 

Paris, October 14th 2013 – Since 2004, Andrexen positions as a French Software Innovator in the field of Unified Communication solutions for Operators and Service Providers. “Andrexen was the first company in Europe to launch a softphone on iOS and Android. With Uniquity®-Web, Andrexen strengthens its position of Innovator with the release of the very first worldwide comprehensive Web Unified Communication solution, compliant with RCS 5.1 standards but also providing OTT-like features. Our vision is to bridge IMS-RCS and OTT approach sothat Operators and Service Providers have unlimited business opportunities”, explains Gregoire Boutonnet, founder and CEO of Andrexen.

So as to quickly develop and commercialize Uniquity®-Web, Andrexen has set up a strategic collaboration with the Spanish based company Medooze and the US based company Telestax, inc.. Telestax is a leading provider of Open Source Communications software and services that facilitate the shift from legacy systems (SS7 IN systems) to IMS and cloud based networks. Uniquity®-Web leverages the MCU Video Conferencing Server from Medooze, based on carrier-grade TelScale SIP Servlets from TeleStax, for its robustness and scalability allowing Uniquity®-Web to uniquely bridge SIP, WebRTC and legacy users together in a same conference.

 

Two key differentiators position Uniquity ® as a breakthrough in the Unified Communication world.

  1. A comprehensive panel of features answers the needs of each and every user,  revolutionizing the traditional ways of communication within and outside SMB, Corporate Organizations or the Residential Market:
    1. voice with both Uniquity® users and the outside world transform Uniquity®-Web as a real phone for the everyday life on every device, from PC to smartphones
    2. instant messaging & presence with existing Uniquity® users allows an optimal way of communicating within the Organization and answers the needs of dedicated IM solutions for SMB and Corporate market ;
    3. file transfer and remote desktop & screensharing reinforce the ease of remote  audioconference with 2+ people alleviate the needs for specific audioconferencing tools with the regular hassle of pincode/access management
    4. videoconference with 2+ people is the cherry on the cake, making all videoconferencing tools out of date and allowing better productivity and cost optimization for the Organization

 

  1. The easiness to install and use the software also strongly advocates for Uniquity®-Web. Set up of the software is done in a few clicks, and the only pre-requisites for a comprehensive use of the solution are a browser and a webcam.

Learn more about Uniquity and visit http://uniquity.andrexen.com. Or request a demo at contact@andrexen.com.

 

About Andrexen

Andrexen is a worldwide Software Editor developing and commercializing innovating VoIP and Unified Communication applications since 2004. Andrexen provides Service Providers, Operators, and Corporations with end-to-end, ready-to-use, feature-rich IP telephony and communications solutions through a unique and patented technology architecture.

Our Portfolio of Application Server consists of Business Trunking, IPCentrex, MobileCentrex, RCS5.1, Unified Communication, and Mobile VAS (Voicemail, VisualVoicemail, RBT).

With references in Europe, North America, South-East Asia and Africa, Andrexen works hand-in-hand with Operators and helps them provide Enterprises’ customers with appropriate convergence solutions and residential customers. Andrexen solutions bring productivity, increase ROI to any type of business and are compliant with every network (SIP, WiMax, LTE… ).
As a leading player in SIP & Unified Communication, Andrexen is a member of Oseo Excellence and Croissance Plus networks. More information at
www.andrexen.com

 

About Telestax

TeleStax (www.telestax.com) provides Open Source Communications software and services that facilitate the shift from legacy SS7 based IN networks to IP based LTE and IMS networks hosted on private (on-premise), hybrid or public clouds. TeleStax products ( http://www.telestax.com/products/)include Restcomm, JSLEE, SMSC Gateway, USSD Gateway, SS7 Resource Adaptors, SIP Servlets, Rich Multimedia Services, Presence Services/RCS, Diameter/AAA Services, XMPP Services, WebRTC services and others. TeleStax powers cloud communications for the world’s leading service providers in countries across 5 continents.

 

About Medooze

Medooze provides both open and close source media solutions, consultancy and support for VoIP and broadcasting services since 2007. Medooze MCU provides a highly functionality and low cost solution for seamless multiconferencing across a different range of devices (hard phones, soft pones and web phones) using different technologies (SIP, Flash or WebRTC) and codecs (H264, VP8, MPEG4 and H263). Also provides APIs interfaces (SOAP and REST) to be able to be easily integrated into third party services.

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Andrexen @ IP Convergence 2013

IP Convergence se tiendra cette année les 16 & 17 octobre 2013, porte de Versailles à Paris.

En marge de cet événement, de nombreuses conférences auront lieu, parmi lesquelles  ”Sécurité IT et IP : état des lieux et conseils pour une gestion proactive du risque”. Grégoire Boutonnet, fondateur d’Andrexen, y participera, aux côtés de  Nicolas BOITTIN, Président, BRETAGNE TELECOM et Michel SEBIS, Directeur Associé Ventes & Marketing, SENSO TELECOM.

Si les technologies IP et SIP sont de plus en plus maîtrisées et sécurisées, elles ont leurs maillons faibles. Comment prévoir le probable et édicter une stratégie proactive…

Si les technologies IP et SIP sont de plus en plus maîtrisées et sécurisées, elles ont leurs maillons faibles. Comment prévoir le probable et édicter une stratégie proactive des risques ? D’autant que le mobile n’est plus à l’abri et qu’il rend le SI plus vulnérable.

TPE ou grandes entreprises, toutes n’en meurent pas mais toutes sont touchées. 

Et la peste en l’occurrence, ce sont les menaces qui se font plus nombreuses sur le SI, sur la VoIP et SIP, et sur les échanges avec les mobiles. 

En cause, la convergence informatique et télécoms autour du protocole IP qui a ouvert la téléphonie comme une boîte de Pandore à des officines et à des mafias qui opèrent depuis des no man’s land. Jusque là, la téléphonie mobile semblait être un havre de paix. 

Mais dès lors que les smartphones sont capables d’exécuter des clients logiciels SIP, les menaces passent des postes fixes aux terminaux mobiles. En outre, les prochains réseaux LTE/4G étant nativement IP, les questions d’authentification de l’utilisateur, de sécurité sur le trafic voix et de signalisation seront déterminantes. 
Bien sûr, 80% des problèmes ont pour origine des malveillances internes et la plupart des failles sont le fait d’un comportement par trop irresponsable des collaborateurs. 

L’amélioration de la sécurité est avant tout une question de gouvernance en interne et de sensibilisation. 

Mais les directions d’entreprises sont aussi en cause car trop peu informées des innovations en matière de processus de sécurisation des mots de passe, de maîtrise des flux réseaux entrants et sortants, de désactivation des terminaux à distance, de chiffrement et d’authentification forte. 

Prévenir les fuites de données, se protéger des attaques, repérer les vulnérabilités, techniques et humaines, internes et externes… autant de sujets à mettre d’urgence à l’agenda des clients. Comment concevoir et administrer la sécurité de son système d’information et télécoms : de la gestion des identités à la tablette propriété d’un collaborateur, de la protection contre la fraude à la facturation (phreaking) et le détournement de trafic à l’usurpation d’identité, au hijacking, à l’exfiltration et au vol de données ? 

Et puisque beaucoup de clients étudient puis abandonnent quand ils constatent le coût exorbitant d’une solution de sécurité pour les protéger à 360 °, quels sont les ordres de grandeur de ce qu’il faut investir en la matière ? Quel est l’état de l’art en matière de systèmes de contrôle et d’alertes ? 
Les réseaux privés virtuel (VPN) offrent-ils toutes les garanties fortes de sécurité ? 
Quels audits de sécurité sont-ils conseillés ? Quelles sont les bonnes pratiques pour sensibiliser les employés ? 
Comment agissent les cybercriminels et à quels niveau des équipements ? 
Comment se prémunir des malversations ? 
Quel recours une fois le détournement établi ? Que dit la loi et quelles sont les obligations des entreprises françaises dans leurs métiers ? 
A quoi s’expose-t-on si on fait défaut à ses obligations comme fournisseur, comme client ? 
En somme, comment prévoir le probable et en partie l’imprévisible pour édicter une stratégie proactive des risques et imaginer les défenses adaptées sans tomber dans l’inflation économique et technique d’une politique tout sécuritaire ? 

Animateur : Eric MONTAGNE, SMARTWIPCLUB

 

 

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