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Acrobits has released their new business caliber SIP Client, Groundwire for the iPhone. It supports transfer and attended transfer, call waiting and conference calling. It also adds a voicemail waiting indicator and a programmable voicemail dialer.
LG-Ericsson USA officially launched its brand into the North American market offering a broad portfolio of end-to-end data and voice networking solutions for businesses ranging in size from small- and medium-sized businesses to large enterprises.
08/06/2010 - Acrobits Launches New Free Service for SIP Providers
Acrobits has launched a new free service which allows SIP providers to appear on the list of pre-configured providers in Acrobits Softphone. The company also informed that it has released the new 3.2.3 version of its Softphone.
3CX released a new version of its free VoIP softphone for Windows - 3CXPhone 4.0.
3CXPhone is a free, SIP-based VoIP phone that allows to use any PC or laptop as a phone. Making calls to any VoIP, mobile or landline number is possible after connecting 3CXPhone to a VOIP provider or to a VoIP PBX. With 3CX Gateway for Skype users can also make and receive calls to Skype numbers.
Acrobits, a Czech Republic-based mobile software development company, has just released their latest white label clients for the iPhone: PLFon, TeleSIP and sipcall.
This comes on the heels of their recent announcement to put renewed focus on creating white label softphones for the iPhone. These SIP VoIP providers are now on even footing with the VoIP giants that already have their own softphone applications on the iPhone.
Media5 has released a SIP client application that allows the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch to be used as a IP-PBX extension.
The company says the full-featured softphone enables the Apple devices to be used to access the same phone services and features as if they were in the office.
17/06/2009 - XCast Extends IP Videomail to BlackBerrys
XCast Labs has extended its IP videomail services to BlackBerry devices.
Consumers and enterprise users who own a BlackBerry Curve, Pearl or Storm, are now able to receive video messages from anyone with a videophone or Softphone application.
03/06/2009 - Sipgate Launches VoIP Assault on US Landline Market
Sipgate has launched a free VoIP service in the US aimed at capturing a share of the 100 million users that make up the landline market.
Called sipgate one, the new internet-based service uses a VoIP phone - or softphone - and offers a fully-featured service.
Mirial has released version 6.2 of its video conferencing software that steps the Softphone up from 720p to 1080p.
Cristoforo Mione, business development director at Mirial, said that with Full-HD resolution up to 1080p for both decoding and encoding, the upgraded version set the pace of the evolution in video and VoIP technology.
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