Saturday, June 24, 2006

VoIP Soft Phone

Can you imagine why a user of a particular voip soft phone cannot communicate with a user of some other VoIP soft phone? Is it to increase their market share and not letting others grow? The requirement is for interoperability, a multi-protocol client which should support SIP, XMPP, Firewall NAT-traversal friendly, AVSAQ, Mpeg, JPEG, .wav, VAG, AGC support. Can we have a soft phone through which we could communicate with , , , Gtalk, Windows live messenger, Lingo, Yahoo messenger users.

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