Today in Products: Cimmetry releases update for design program


AudioCodes launches IP-PBX recording solution
AudioCodes released SmartWORKS˙ IPX, an IP-PBX packet filtering product for the call recording market.

SmartWORKS IPX passively monitors and collects voice packets in the IP-PBX environment and reports D-channel data to the user’s application through the SmartWORKS API. The IPX can detect and forward media to another network device where it can be recorded.

While the SmartWORKS IPX release initially supports Cisco and Avaya IP-PBX systems, other IP-PBX brands are planned by the end of 2006.

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Cimmetry Systems releases AutoVue update
Cimmetry Systems Corp. announced the release of AutoVue version 19.1. This release adds support for 3D formats prevalent in many industries including architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), giving users the ability to view and collaborate on 2D and 3D drawings with a single solution.

AutoVue 19.1 expands EDA capabilities by adding NC Drill formats, Cadence Allegro and Concept 15.5, as well as OrCad Capture and Layout 10.5. Gerber file aperture support has also been enhanced. AutoVue’s native document viewing capability enables users to view documents without undergoing file conversions. This provides customers, suppliers and partners with the ability to share information without having to purchase and manage software licences and training services.

AutoVue 19.1 can be purchased from Cimmetry or through a selected VARs.


Fortiva releases legal discovery features and offline tiered-storage option
Fortiva announced the addition of new features that provide a way for companies to protect themselves from the impact of legal discovery. The product upgrades, which are built-in to Fortiva’s Archiving Suite, include a legal hold feature, improved search for discovery, managed disposition and an offline tiered-storage option.

Fortiva’s new features for managed retention and legal discovery include an offline tiered-storage option, designed for businesses that enforce longer retention policies for legal or compliance reasons, Fortiva offers a way to store older data offline. Offline data remains fully-indexed and searchable by discovery users and can quickly and easily be brought back online for full access. The product also features legal hold, where companies can create a legal hold repository for each matter. They can then assign messages to that repository to maintain a copy of those e-mail messages indefinitely, regardless of company disposition policies. Users can search and export from a hold repository at any time, or delete the repository when the matter is resolved. Other features include Fortiva Infotags for attorney-client privilege that enable a company to automatically mark messages that contain privileged information and ensure they are not shared with opposing counsel during a legal discovery request, proximity search capabilities allow for more efficient searching, reducing the time and cost associated with legal discovery and import services that ensure that all legacy data can be made available for a legal hold or discovery situation.

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