JTAPI


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JTAPI

(Java Telephony API) A telephony programming interface for Java. Its classes and interfaces provide access to call and device control as well as media and administrative services. See TAPI.
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JTAPI differs from other telephony APIs in the fact that it can be implemented easily on the basis of other interfaces, e.
Portability and scalability have improved from 30 to 1200+ conference ports through the use of JTAPI.
To take full advantage of the open JTAPI interface, disy implemented JTAPI in their conference bridge disy Conference.
PIKA boards are supported through the JTAPI layer to enable voice services.
BT) to integrate Genesys JTAPI T-Server with BT's world leading Java technology-based software PBX 'BT Net-Talk', which transports voice calls over Internet Protocol (IP).
The new Genesys solution will take advantage of JTAPI in order to address key developer requirements for faster time-to-market cycles, reduced maintenance cost to compete, and enabling interconnectivity and interoperability of telephones, computers and other devices using the Internet and the telephony network.
The two companies also announced Sun's designation of Genesys as a Premier Sun independent software vendor (ISV) in the computer telephony space, and Sun's support of the Genesys offering as the reference platform for JTAPI in CTI.
In addition, an open applications programming interface (API) is provided with support for industry standard APIs, such as PARLAY, JTAPI and JAIN.
NexPath has created mapping software which redirects TAPI and JTAPI function calls over a STP port.
The Genovation-MSP is an Internet Protocol (IP) based media gateway controller/softswitch /applications platform with an open applications programming interface (API) and support for industry standard APIs such as JAIN, PARLAY and JTAPI.
Key services provided today with interfaces provided for third party applications via SS7, SIP or MGCP -- Future advanced services can be deployed using JTAPI, JAIN and Parley service portals based on open Application Programming Interfaces (APIs)
2 are both open, standards-based applications that support industry-standard application programming interfaces, including TAPI, TSAPI and JTAPI.