Vocalscape Networks, Inc., a developer and designer of interactive communication software, is joining Ekiga softphone, an open source softphone project.
Ekiga softphone is Video Conferencing, IP
Telephony application that enables users to make video and audio calls to remote users using H.323 software and hardware. It is the first open source application compatible with both SIP
and H.323 and supports video and audio.
Ron McIntyre, President of Vocalscape said, "Joining the open source community working on the Ekiga softphone allows Vocalscape to share our experience with VoIP
technology and provides our customers and end-users with added functionality more quickly. Soon, in addition to our Eyefon softphone for Windows, end-users running Linux operating systems will be able to make calls on the Vocalscape network. Additionally, the Ekiga softphone will give users some added functionality such as video calling and text messaging."
Vocalscape is an emerging communications and VoIP company offering the telecommunications industry cost-effective phone systems, online VoIP software and hardware, and consulting. Their solutions offer businesses cost-effective, quality voice services anywhere in the world.
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