secure High Volume Fax Delivery
IsoFax offers a centralized network fax solution for Linux and Windows. Robust fax servers combine with GUI clients, web clients, routing options, email-to-fax, and APIs to provide a complete faxing solution. IsoFax is currently used by more companies on Wall Street than any other fax solution.
The fax server monitors the queue of faxes submitted by clients, the pool of modems, and logs all fax activity. For sending faxes to large distribution lists, IsoFax offers server-side coversheets to assure uniform compliance to company standards.
Faxes may be submitted to the server by standard Windows and Unix GUI fax clients or through scripts via the IsoFax toolkit/API. Faxes may also be submitted by SMTP email, and MIME attachments can be easily processed into faxes.
Specialized features include least-cost-routing for geographically distributed fax servers, intelligent retries for resending only failed pages in a transmission, and no retries on calls determined to be non-fax calls.
Linux, Windows, Solaris, HP-UX, AIX
Modems per server:
128 digital fax modems or standard analog fax modems
Client or server generated coversheets
Automatic modem rotation
Automatic retries with selectable intervals
2-D MR and MMR fax encoding
Multiple queues with selectable priorities
Logging of all fax activity
Pricing based on number of fax lines
Flawless VT220-VT320-VT340 Emulation
For those applications originally developed for Digital Equipment VT terminals, IsoTerm is the modern network solution.
Unlike many other emulators, Bristol has implemented the ENTIRE VT-340 command set. Whether your application contains difficult graphics or makes use of complicated scrolling regions, IsoTerm will always work. Bristol offers free 30-day evaluations to qualified organizations, and installation is not difficult.
IsoTerm is a software bridge, enabling legacy DEC applications to be run on Linux PCs, plus Sun, Hewlett Packard, and IBM Unix desktops. By emulating the VT340 stream protocol, IsoTerm gives users the familiar interface of VT terminals.
IsoTerm supports the complete set of DEC VT340 color graphics features, insuring accurate support for all DEC applications.
Emulation of the complete VT family
Support for ReGIS, ANSI, Tek, and Sixel graphic protocols
VT 340 keyboard emulation and keyboard mapping
DEC multinational, special graphics, and user defined character sets
ANSI color extensions
Support for DEC LA50 and LA75 printers
Advanced character attributes including blinking, bold, underline and reverse video
80 and 132 character modes
PostScript printer and file outputs
BANKING AND FINANCE
Santander MS Smith Barney Morgan Stanley
Bank of America HSBC Wells Fargo
ABN AMRO Bank N.V. Caribbean Development Bank Citibank
Putnam Investments J P Morgan Chase Montreal Exchange
BMO Financial Group Pimco Commerzbank
Franklin Templeton BlackRock Credit Suisse
Global Asset Mgmt. Lehman Brothers Holdings FINRA
Bank of the West TD Bank Financial Group Deutsche Bank
Goldman Sachs CapGemini Ernst & Young Nomura Securities
Royal Bank of Canada Charles Schwab Dun & Bradstreet
Royal Bank of Scotland Merrill Lynch NYSE Euronext
Fidessa Group TRW Fidelity Investments
Barclays UBS PNC Bank
RBS Securites Citadel Investment Group Tullett Prebon
TRAVEL, ENTERTAINMENT, AND LEISURE
Adventure Tours USA US Airways Thomas Cook Group
United Airlines British Airways Celebrity Cruises
PGA of America DallasFort Worth Int’l Hong Kong Air Cargo
Air Canada Sun International Walt Disney World
Daily Racing Form Cathay Pacific Airways National Basketball Assoc.
Southwest Airlines Exploratorium
Alcatel-Lucent BT Nortel
PCCW-HKT (Honk Kong) Manitoba Telecom Servs. Dow Corning
Qualcomm Verizon Wireless Sprint
Hughes Network Systems Marconi Corp. Cypress Semiconductor
Siemens Cisco Systems Sony Ericsson
AT&T Verizon CenturyLink
Level 3 Communications Time Warner Telecom Fujitsu Telecom
Blue Cross/Blue Shield Quest Diagnostics Dow Chemical Co.
F. Hoffman-La Roche Kaiser Permanente Scott & White Mem. Hos.
North York General Hos. Centre Spatial Guyanais Max Planck Institute
Bristol-Myers Squibb Quintiles Transnat. McKesson
Fred Hutchinson Lawrence Livermore Labs Eli Lilly & Company
PfizerCiba Specialty Chemicals Scripps Res. Inst.
Cancer Research Center Sandia Nat. Labs Merck
Cell Therapeutics Inc. Los Alamos Nat'l Lab
Booz Allen Hamilton Price Waterhouse Coopers
Electronic Data Systems Deloitte Touche TohmatsuCapgemini
Allstate Great West Life Nationwide Insurance
New Mexico Mut. Cas. Foremost Insurance State Comp. Fund
AGFA Airbus Clorox
Ford Motor Company Halliburton 3M
Lockheed Martin Rockwell Automation John Deere
Barrick Gold Campbell’s Soup Coca-Cola
Eastman Kodak Hitachi High Tech.
Nike Shell Chemicals America Daimler
The Boeing Company Cargill Kraft Foods
Georgia Pacific Sikorsky Dupont
Pratt & Whitney Honda Motor Co. Ltd.
Advanced Micro Devices National Semiconductor Hewlett Packard
Broadcom Network Solutions Phillips Semicondr.
Seagate Technology Fujitsu Xerox
Analog Devices Novell IBM
Apple Tektronix Raytheon
Motorola Exar Xilinx
SGI Oracle ABB
Dell Texas Instruments
AMTRAK Express Parcels DHL Australian National Rail
Fedex GE SeaCo BNSF
Universities / Research
American Chemical Soc. Hong Kong Polytechnic Johns Hopkins Univ.
Purdue University University of Arkansas Michigan State
Fermilab IEEE New Mexico State
Soc. of Auto. Engineers Univ. of California Duke University
Univ. of Florida Brown University Univ. of Arkansas
Univ. of Notre Dame Univ. of Miami Univ. of Toledo
Univ. of Alabama Univ. of Colorado Stanford University
British Airports Auth. State of Minnesota
Dept.of Vets. Affairs City of Seattle Emergency Mgmt
Cal. State Fund Comp. Ins.State of New York US Dept. of Defense
City of Calgary Hong Kong TDC. Metro Toronto
US Dept. of Agriculture City of Toronto US Dept.of Education
City of Long Beach State of Washington Metro Transit Auth/NY
Federal Farm Credit Cmnwlth. of Pennsylvania Government of Singapore
Banks Funding Corp Maryland Judiciary Maricopa Country Sheriff
Carmax RiteAid Corporation Office Depot
Macys McDonald’s Target
Pep Boys Sears Kmart
Cost-U-Less Eddie Bauer J C Whitney
Adesa Taco Bell Walmart
Maples Stores/UK Avnet Kraft Foods
Pizza Hut Genco Supply Chain Solutions
Am. Electric Power PG&E Nat.Coal Authority (UK)
British Energy Commonwealth Edison So. California Edison
Florida Power & Light Hydro Quebec Ontario Hydro
BBC Houghton Mifflin Reuters
Time Warner Yahoo! Canadian Broadcasting
Houston Chronicle British Sky Broadcasting
Contact Technical Support
+1 415-256-2525 press 2
Recommended modems for new or replacement applications
External USB - Linux and Windows .
Multi-tech MT5634ZBA-USB - These have been discontinued by the manufacturer, but are still available from us. Please call or email for price, delivery, and warranty.
- Multi-tech MT9234ZBA-USB-CDC (note: CDC is important!) Due to driver issues, these modems are not recommended for Linux installations.
- Also, you can use supported external RS232 modems with a Digi Edgeport USB adapter
External RS232, all platforms
- Multi-tech MT5634ZBA
- Dialogic Diva, all models - Linux only
- Multi-tech ISI, all models - Linux only
Rehosting (moving) your IsoFax server
For customers under Maintenance, there is no charge to re-host. Please email your current bristol_licenses file to help us identify your installation, plus the output from getbristolid run on the new host to email@example.com. You will receive a new license file promptly
If you are out of contract please contact Support at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Standby Server Licenses
IsoFax customers in the USA with Maintenance contracts are entitled to a backup license set. If your license is about to expire, and you have not received a new license file, please email us at email@example.com. Kindly include your bristol_licenses file, which includes the expiration date and installation number, so we can identify your installation.
Please contact tech support for the password to the Bristol Group Downloads page.
WHAT WE DO
The Bristol Group creates software-driven IP solutions for voice, fax, and messaging. Our products are always based on open architectures and standards to best deliver manageable, scalable functionality from desktop to back office to remote office. Bristol's mission is to provide you with elegant, straightforward solutions which are inherently easy to install, administer, and expand. We believe that investing extraordinary effort into efficient designs rewards all parties in subtle as well as obvious ways.
CUTTING EDGE PRODUCTS, OLD FASHIONED SERVICE
Calling us is not the typical exercise in frustration. You will almost always reach a person, and that person will be able to understand what you are looking for and help you find it-whether it's a price, a technical answer, or the status of your order.
Founded in 1987, the Bristol Group still supports every product we've ever shipped. We appreciate the importance of backward compatibility as well as the expense of installing patches and upgrades.
The Bristol Group, Ltd.
To place an order: firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax to +1 415.256.2590
Telephone: +1 415.256.2525