June 15, 2005
HBF Group completes integration with BaseVoice to provide SIP-based
911 services to VoIP service providers.
HBF group selects BaseVoice's Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) Stack for integration into their IP-based
911 service infrastructure. HBF selected the BaseStack because it adheres to the JAIN SIP API
specification version 1.1 and seamlessly and easily integrated into their application displacing an existing
HBF Group is a leader in the emerging 911 services space, and has secured an admirable client base.
They are committed to quality and responsive service. Their decision to include the BaseStack into their
infrastructure demonstrates BaseVoice’s ability to fulfill the high standards of such a demanding
deployment environment" said Craig Haddow, President BaseVoice, LLC.
BaseVoice provides the underlying SIP protocol stack capabilities on which HBF Group relies for the
sophisticated real-time routing required to get emergency calls routed to the right geographical response
BaseVoice's architecture allows vendors to deploy into many different environments. HBF integrated the
BaseStack into their Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE)-based architecture, demonstrating the flexibility of
the stack. Deployed in the architecture, the BaseStack passed both the functional and longevity tests
required for deployment into a demanding IP telephony environment.
"HBF is dedicated to leading the market in 911 services and places a high value on time-to-market.
BaseVoice was responsive to our needs and their product helped expedite our solution development process
and let us concentrate solely on our core competencies." said Hank Johnson, President of HBF Group, Inc.
The integration of BaseVoice's SIP technology with HBF’s innovative use of VoIP call routing technology
as a foundation for e911 service-development and deployment is a testament to the flexibility and
extensibility of such architectures and is only the first of such synergies. These synergies promise new
sophisticated features for the end-user and promising new functionality such as location-based services.
HBF Group, Inc. is the 9-1-1 technology leader providing cutting edge solutions to the 9-1-1 industry.
HBF deployed the first state-wide Enhanced 9-1-1 system in the United States as well as the first Province-
wide Enhanced 9-1-1 system in Canada. HBF participates actively in the standard-setting bodies of NENA
and ESIF, particularly for VoIP and XML technologies. For more information, visit www.hbfgroup.com or call
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