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Objectworld Communications Announces Objectworld Unified Communications Server(R) and Wins "Best Product - Software" at CompTIA Breakaway 2005

Objectworld Communications Announces Objectworld Unified Communications Server(R) and Wins "Best Product - Software" at CompTIA

LAS VEGAS, NV, Aug. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- CompTIA, the Computing Technology Industry Association awarded Objectworld Communications Corporation's newly announced Objectworld Unified Communications Server(R) with its "Best Product-Software" award during the association's annual Breakaway Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.

"This is the first time we've demonstrated UC Server in public and to receive the accolades of industry experts so quickly is very positive and validates our strategy for the IT and telephony channels," says Objectworld CEO David Levy. "Business communications as a complex and separate silo is now a thing of the past."

"The increasing power of commodity hardware, the ubiquity of Microsoft, and the wide adoption of SIP allows for the delivery of telephony services within the IT infrastructure. Anticipating these trends, UC Server delivers all your business communication needs (Voice, Video, Fax, UM, UC, IVR, AutoAttendant, Personal Agents) as any other IT server application within the Microsoft ecosystem - as IT Telephony," adds Levy.

"CompTIA's role is all about promoting the convergence of communications and IT, and we are pleased that Objectworld chose CompTIA Breakaway to launch their new UC Server," says Ron Cohen, National Sales Manager, CompTIA. "CompTIA has again been successful in bringing the most innovative products to its membership while demonstrating our pivotal role in bridging technology and routes to market," adds Cohen.

The award recognizes technology leaders for innovation, commitment and best practices of the converging computing and communications markets. For 23 years, the Computing Technology Industry Association CompTIA has been dedicated to advancing the growth of the IT industry and those working within it. With more than 20,000 members in 102 countries, CompTIA is the leading global IT trade association with influence in all areas of the IT industry worldwide.

Just Another Server in the Microsoft(R) landscape, Objectworld UC Server(R) software provides comprehensive low-cost SIP telephony, unified messaging, unified communications, Microsoft(R) Active Directory(TM) integration, and interoperability with legacy telephony systems. Objectworld UC Server software for Microsoft Windows(R) platforms provides a complete all-in-one business communications system suitable for 15-2000 users, on a single easy to install CD.

Objectworld UC Server(R) allows you to deploy and maintain your entire business communications system within your Microsoft IT environment. Administrative integration with Microsoft Active Directory(TM) allows IT administrators to manage the entire communications system using the same user accounts and security policies used in the Windows(R) environment, without any programming or special integration. UC Server provides all of the benefits of IP Telephony combined with advanced unified communications services entirely within your Microsoft IT environment, transforming IP Telephony into IT Telephony.

About Objectworld Communications Corp.

Privately held Objectworld Communications Corp. brings over 10 years of experience with its CallAttendant Office(TM) technology in unified messaging and unified communications to the new world of IT Telephony. Objectworld products bring Unified Messaging and Unified Communications to legacy PBXs, and all-in-one business communications solutions to the Microsoft(R) IT environment. Objectworld is committed to enable its customers to manage their corporate business communications within their Microsoft IT environment and to allow corporate users to personalize how they communicate in a matter that is intuitive, flexible, extensible, adaptable and easy to use. For further information, please visit our Web site at http://www.objectworld.com/ .

OBJECTWORLD COMMUNICATIONS

CONTACT: please contact: Nick Matejuk, VP Sales and
Marketing, Objectworld Communications Corp., (613) 599-9698 Ext. 222,
[email protected]

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