Cornfed Systems, LLC is a Colorado Limited Liability Company (LLC)
headquarted in Denver, Colorado.
In the last century, the technologies by which we communicate have
improved dramatically. From telegraph to telephone to television to
the Internet, increases in the speed and richness with which we are
able to span distances virtually have been remarkable. The history of
communications has been dominated by dumb terminals. The telegraph
used a simple circuit closure. The telephone began by sending
narrowband analog voice between simple phone sets.
It has only been with the rise of the data networking, and the use of
computers for communications that the notion of a smart terminal has
become possible and attractive. As communication technologies become
more pervasive and integral to our lives, the need to scale the
networking infrastructure drives the communications intelligence closer
to the edge and ultimately into the end user device.
The softphone is an integration of various technologies that
provide the implementation of the end user communications experience.
Softphones are a relatively new technology, evolving from the need to
place communications functions and features at the very edge of the
Current softphones are focused primarily on voice and many make use of
networking protocols like SIP and RTP. As the needs of the end user
change over time, so too will the requirements for the devices at the
edge of the network. Cornfed Systems will be there as these technologies
evolve, providing the highest quality, most reliable, integrated
implementations for an unsurpassed experience for end user communications.
Frank W. Miller, Ph.D.
Frank Miller founded Cornfed Systems with a vision to bring high-quality,
industry standard voice communications to the embedded network edge.
Dr. Miller has designed and written most of the software that forms
the basis of the Cornfed SIP User Agent product suite and is committed
to continuing to lead the design and development of this state-of-the-art
Dr. Miller is a veteran of two successful VoIP startup companies. He
was a Founder and Chief Technical Officer for sentitO Networks. Dr. Miller
provided the technical leadership and served as the primary architect
for the sentitO product line. sentitO Networks was acquired by Verso
Technologies in 2007. Dr. Miller was also a key member of the
engineering staff at SALIX Technologies. His work with VoIP and
Internet protocol implementations was a major contribution to the
remarkable team that successfully developed the SALIX VoIP trunking
gateway. SALIX was acquired by Tellabs in March of 2000. Dr. Miller
has also served as an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland,
Baltimore County and as an engineer with NASA at the Johnson Space Center
where he contributed to designs of onboard computer systems for
the International Space Station.
Dr. Miller holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of
Maryland College Park and an M.S. in Computer Science and B.S. in
Electrical Engineering from the University of Iowa. Dr. Miller has
authored a number of patents and has a substantial record of