The main Technology includes SIP-based Soft-Switch. SIP means Session Initiation Protocol and it became the new global standard for IP-based communication. SIP Libraries define how to format messages that are compliant with SIP RFC 3261 and other connected protocols. Two proprietary libraries developed in AnoxTech's R&D LAB, are written in JAVA and in C++ and Soft Switch is based on these libraries.
In addition to SIP and Web technologies, AnoxTech developed a whole spectrum of multimedia solutions, utilizing Adobe Flash as (Browser-based) Client. This enables implementation of WEB-based voice and video applications and formats. All Flash Servers, used by AnoxTech are developed in-house (neither Adobe Media Server, nor Open Source Servers, such as RED 5) are used. The reason was in enabling full compatibility between FLASH and SIP signalling and complete control over the real-time streams. AnoxTech's FLASH2SIP Server, with associated client-side related scripts and libraries enables any Webpage to effectively become a phone, both for executing outgoing and incoming calls to and from PSTN (Public Switch Telephony Network).
IMS means "IP Multimedia Subsystems" and it refers to an architecture in which various, traditionally disconnected network and media-services re-position as layers, subsystems of an integrated IP Service platform.
Typically, IMS architecture is implemented by carriers with a hope to achieve fast and efficient integration of traditionally separated voice propositions (FIXED, MOBILE & VoIP) but also in order to enable deployment of "Multi-Play" IP services (on top of existing "Dual Play" or "Triple Play", as used to describe combined Internet + VoIP + IP TV services). The key for IMS as architecture is in separating service provisioning, billing, access management, authentication and authorization from any specific service backend, which means to create an integrated provisioning platform on top of which each specific backend is implemented as an Application server and therefore a sub-system from a point of view of the overall platform.
About Web service
Web service standards and protocols enable dynamic integration of IP services, even across Web domains and service providers. They are based on a whole range of rules how to create, exchange and interpret different types of well-formed XML-files.
The specs of these formats, when made available, allow custom integration with any other set of data and services. It is typical for Web services that multiple GUI forms as user-readable representations of administrative objects in the System are stored and managed as XML-based structures, with specs identifying their schemas and designs, and often with behaviour descriptions embedded in those structures. This allows dynamic form creation and on-fly adding of new system features without need for reprogramming the System. In other words – XML structures are used as templates (models) for objects and actions on those objects. As an outcome, Web Service architecture enables integration of REMOTE data, applications and services, as long as certain rules are followed and proper parsers for XML classes implemented in an adequate manner.