Lucent is to add telephony capabilities to Java next week as it demonstrates the software running on its computer telephony integration product, Passageway Telephony Services.
Java adds Internet integration to the nextworks supported by Passageway, which includes Novell Intranetware and Microsoft NT. Java telephony software devvelopers kits for Passageway will be available in the second quarter, with general availability scheduled in the third quarter.
The development supports the Java telephony specification, Java Telephony APIs created by Lucent and Sun Microsystems. The APIs uses Java and the Internet to link various systems such as Apple Mac, Unix, and OS/2 with voice networks.
This allows multimedia conferencing and collaboration across different computer systems, mixing electronic mail, fax, video, documents and telephony.
Lucent will demonstrate Java on Passageway at Computer Telephony Expo in Los Angeles next week.
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