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    Introduce 2 Forums for VOIP and Modems

    This is and outstanding group and a group I have been looking for a
    long time, I hope I am welcomed and have a long stay.

    I hope the team can share your question and answer with the group at

    "unlockingmodems-com"
    "howtounlockVOIP-com"

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    “The reality is that today people are engaging in real-time communication not only using voice… but also IM, SMS, web chat, Twitter and so many other means,” the posting said, adding Voxeo wants to offer companies the ability to develop what it calls “unified self service” applications utilizing a common development platform.

    “IMified provides a simple, scalable web-based platform for creating and hosting interactive instant messaging (IM) agents (Bots) that can interact with all the public IM networks, including AIM (AOL), GTalk (Google), MSN (Microsoft) and Yahoo,” according to the company’s statement, which also offered three examples of IM bots that users can try immediately simply by adding the bot contact information into their own IM clients.

    I just recently updated from Voip Sip SDK - The easiest way to add dial and receive phone calls features to your applications they provide really good service. http://www.voipsipsdk.com

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    ya i al so saw this url http://www.voipsipsdk.com/ its very use ful

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    SIP enabled telephony applications

    Hi,

    If you are looking to create Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) enabled telephony applications where you can dial as well as receive phone calls and as well as if you want to include Interactive Voice Response and Callback Systems to your application then you can try http://www.voipcore.com/.
    Also, using this s/w, you can convert existing telephony applications into other SIP supported products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shriparna View Post
    Hi,

    If you are looking to create Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) enabled telephony applications where you can dial as well as receive phone calls and as well as if you want to include Interactive Voice Response and Callback Systems to your application then you can try http : //www.voipcore.com.
    Also, using this s/w, you can convert existing telephony applications into other SIP supported products.
    Hi Shriparna and others,

    Your answers are misleading and totally not related to this thread. Also, this thread is a year old. You could have posted a new thread. Jeff actually should have posted on the introduction thread.
    Last edited by jakemenzie; 11-24-10 at 11:39 PM.

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    But voipcore is just an old version of Abto Voip Sip SDK from http://www.voipsipsdk.com/ . Why bother with old versions?

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    I had the similiar problem and finally I found solution:
    www.sipVoipSdk.com

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