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Gee, I can't say I'm too upset about this. But, I do believe we will see Skype in lots of MSFT products, business and consumer products.
Toggle Commented Mar 20, 2012 on Skype is Out of Business at VoIPWatch
It's no surprise this happened, but for some, it's unfortunate. Gizmo5 was a peer of ours and helped to push the pace of SIP adoption. Google seems to have other plans or at least a different perspective on timing. OnSIP has focussed on SIP adoption for years. While it's target audience is the business community, with PBX replacement apps, the core is a free SIP voice & video service along with free XMPP Instant Messaging. We welcome folks to get free SIP addresses which can be used to register devices and receive inbound SIP calls.
Agreed. But what's missing from this list are services actually handling the delivery of calls to sip registered apps/devices/phones. For "voice in the cloud" to work, the phones need to be "in the cloud". That means the phones are not talking via 10-digit phone number over the PSTN, but rather, via the data network using SIP addresses. Without SIP registered user agents (phones, soft phones), these "Cloud services" are nothing more than apps that work with 10-digit phone numbers with no opportunity to avoid the voice minute loving PSTN carriers. -Rob
Toggle Commented Jul 6, 2010 on VaaS-Voice as A Service at VoIPWatch
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