ViPr is a SIP-based system which integrates into all IP telephony systems, including bridges to PBXs and PSTN, to enable the sharing of documents, multimedia content and real-time applications, according to the firm.
The new version includes Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) support to encrypt all media streams, and offers integration with Microsoft Live Meeting.
"Aastra's commitment is to deliver open, standards-based communication solutions to the enterprise and large campus environments," said Aastra UK general manager Michael Calvert.
"Customers are already using it for distance learning and training, remote medical diagnosis, secure remote depositions and testimonies, and global broadcasts of live performances."
The product is available in multiple configurations including personal desktop units and rack- or table-mounted conference room models. The system is based on the H.264 standard to provide good quality resolution at low bandwidths, the firm said.
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