Uniqall today released the version 1.2 of its flagship Gridborg HMP (Host Media Processing) Server featuring SIP, T.38 Fax Relaying, web-based GUI, improved multi-user support, together with support for the latest Envox 6.2 Communication Development Platform. The Gridborg HMP 1.2 is available for free download and evaluation from the Uniqall web site.
“Our new Gridborg HMP version 1.2 represents important step to our strategy since the market is turning to HMP. In this playground Uniqall is very important player – with SIP included we have complete HMP product that is good basis for further integration with other solutions” said Boris Pavacic, CTO of Uniqall, Inc.
Support for multiple users (applications) is also improved. Now each one of them reside within its own realm with its own resource limitations and own separate root directory. This effectively prevents heavy loaded but less important applications from eating all resources needed for the mission critical ones.
Unlike all previous versions that had the configuration files and command line interface only, this one also features a simple web-based GUI for the purpose of users and configuration management as well as for monitoring of the Gridborg HMP Server. The GUI is based on AJAX and run from within Gridborg HMP embedded web server.
Fax capabilities are improved, too. Previous version FoIP capabilities consisted of the ability to originate and terminate faxes over T.38 Real-Time Fax over IP protocol. Also, unlike some other competing products, Gridborg HMP had built-in support for several graphics formats (TIFF, JPEG, PNG, GIF and BMP) and some basic image manipulation features such as re-scaling, cropping, conversion into B&W, etc. The version 1.2 builds on top of that with support for T.38 Fax Relaying capabilities. It makes the Gridborg HMP completely transparent to fax traffic when it sits in the middle between two T.38 enabled endpoints — the situation that is so common in IP PBX scenarios.
The Gridborg HMP 1.2 is free for developers for development purposes. It is also free for educational and other non-commercial use within educational institutions. For other commercial and non-commercial purposes Gridborg HMP 1.2 is priced $490 per processor or $20 per concurrent port, whichever is lower. In both cases all resources are unlimited. All upgrades within 1.X branch are free for all existing customers.
The Gridborg HMP 1.2 is available with support for both Windows and Linux (Debian, RHEL, FC, SuSE, Ubuntu) operating systems.
About Uniqall, Inc.
Uniqall’s headquarters and development is based in Zagreb, Croatia. Without a legacy telephony board business and associated hardware-based revenues to protect, Uniqall is dedicated to providing the best HMP products at extremely attractive prices.