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D2 Technologies Announces Support for SkypeKit SDK


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July 01, 2010

D2 Technologies Announces Support for SkypeKit SDK

By David Sims, TMCnet Contributing Editor

D2 Technologies (News - Alert), a vendor of embedded IP communications software platforms, has announced that its mCUE product line "fully supports Skype's SkypeKit SDK."

Company officials say mCUE is designed to give OEMs and ODMs a way to speed Android (News - Alert) OS-based devices to market, "that offer a communications client with native Skype interoperability and integrated communication capabilities."
Combining the SkypeKit SDK with mCUE's user interface and media engine "offers customers the added benefit of mCUE's multi-mode, multi-session, multi-protocol engine for interoperability with multiple carrier and enterprise communications systems and other social networking services," company officials say.
Doug Makishima, chief operating officer at D2 Technologies, said "mCUE has been optimized to enable next generation IP communications over the Android operating system on mobile devices and new applications such as digital TV, IPSTB, tablets and MIDs."
D2's patented mCUE is a VoIP and IP communications client that provides users with presence-based and push-to-x control of circuit switched PSTN/cellular and VoIP calls, video chat/call, IM, presence, email, SMS, PBX (News - Alert), and other features.
TMC's Anuradha Shukla wrote last week that D2 "held private demonstrations of its mCUE converged communications client for mobile devices and handsets on the HTC EVO 4G smartphone on June 17 at the WiMAX Forum (News - Alert) Global Congress in Amsterdam."
Smartphones have influenced people's daily life by changing their ways of communication and interaction, Shukla noted, adding that "with the adoption of new 4G wireless technology, it will likely have an even greater impact on daily life of users."
Makishima said that the first day of U.S. sales for the HTC EVO 4G resulted in "the largest quantity of a single phone ever sold by Sprint (News - Alert)," and shows "the heavy consumer demand for Android-based WiMAX mobile devices," Shukla reported.

David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David's articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.

Edited by Alice Straight

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