CommuniGate Systems ( has announced the
availability of Pronto! 2.2, the latest version of its powerful, yet
lightweight Unified Communications user interface framework. Pronto!
is built with Adobe Flex 3, and deployed in the browser with the
Adobe Flash Player and to the desktop with Adobe AIR. Pronto! 2.2
provides network operators with a client framework to deliver VAS
(Value Added Services) for Rich Media Communications and advanced
collaboration for Unified Communications in the Software as a Service
(SaaS) model.

The CommuniGate Pro Unified Communications platform is a multi-tenant
hosting solution for Network Operators providing Unified
Communication in the SaaS model. CommuniGate Pronto! is a web 2.0
client that unifies all forms of communications together with a
framework that allows expansion or new applications to snap into the
server or UI as modules. The new features within Pronto! 2.2 allow
carriers to build modular services e.g. delivering VideoMail, IPTV or
Video on Demand (VOD) to subscribers while offering full featured
Mobile Unified Communications to the SME market.

Modular class of services power e-mail, VoIP, presence, Instant
Messaging, Rich Media with HD audio and video with over the air
synchronisation to the IPhone 3G and other smart phones supporting
AirSync. Network operators benefit from additional revenue
opportunities by providing a unique SaaS suite to SME subscribers
that need powerful mobile Unified Communications while removing the
complexities of premise based solutions.

CommuniGate Pro provides a high density, multi-tenant Unified
Communications platform that enables network operators and service
providers to expand to 50 million subscribers in virtual domains with
a modular feature set, powerful class of service provisioning, and a
live rolling updates change management capability not found in
on-premise based enterprise class products. The platform’s exclusive
Dynamic Clustering architecture provides 99.999% uptime in a
multi-tenant architecture with no single point of failure, and allows
SaaS providers to add front-end or back-end nodes as needed without
any downtime or service interruption.