Thursday, 15 September 2005

WiredRed Announces Next Generation VOIP Technology For Multiparty IP Conferencing

...WiredRed’s Technology Brings Skype-Style IP Communications To ISVS And OEMS...

WiredRed, the leader in enterprise-scale real-time communication software, today announced the availability of its next generation software engine for PC desktop multipoint VoIP. The next generation VoIP application-programming interface (API) delivers the audio clarity and fluid experience of point-to-point communications available in consumer services, such as Skype, to commercial vendors that seek to include the same capabilities in commercial-grade products and services. WiredRed’s new API provides highly scalable multipoint capabilities, security, and the ability to dynamically connect corporate and government users that are typically behind their own firewalls. It also includes options for data collaboration and multipoint video that are generally not available in consumer services.

“The Skype acquisition by eBay, Inc., has made the fast growing adoption of desktop VoIP impossible to ignore,” said WiredRed UK MD Tom Sloan. “As adoption of consumer and point-to-point VoIP grows, so will the need for multipoint conferencing. That’s where we come in. WiredRed is among the few vendors that can deliver multipoint VoIP and video capabilities to OEM manufacturers and online service providers.”

Interviews, photography and an expanded case study are available from wiredredpr@mccint.com.
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