||Embedded VOIP SIP Developers Kit 1.2
Embedded VOIP SIP Developers Kit 1.2
|Publisher:||Research Lab Inc|
|Requirements:||Sound Card and Ethernet Cards|
|Install:||Install and Uninstall|
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Embedded VOIP SIP Developers Kit - Embedded Windows CE VOIP Developers Kit is your embeddedÂ telephony solution for developing software/hardware to enable device to device phone calls using SIP/H323 phone right at the electronics level. The design is based on Hybrid Combination of RFC SIP Protocol and Windows RTC and is today successfully ported to Windows CE/Pocket PC/Smart Phone. With a memory overhead of 3 MB - the telephony engine very well fits the needs of engineers looking for porting highly advanced SIP or H323 PROTOCOL to the embedded world. Research Lab further enables you to create production level voip system with following tools Available : A complete multi-lingual speech synthesis workbench using Festival TTS Available: A complete multi-lingual speech recognition workbench using ISIP ASR Available: Speaker Verification (with two algorithms) Ported to Embedded : Edinburgh Speech Tools Library Ported Open DSP Library : libsnd.dll Make DEVICE-PC, PC-DEVICE, PC-Phone, or phone-phone calls or create Instant Messaging (IM) sessions over the Internet on Windows CE Both voice and video calls can be established on DEVICE-DEVICE calls. Presence information on a list of contacts is also supported. Application sharing and whiteboard can be added to enhance the communication capabilities of any type of session IP-Address or DNS based direct connectivity Gateway Specification with/without Login Gatekeeper Specification with/without Login Proxy/Firewall NAT support with Realm Login Voice/Ring Volume Adjustment [i.e. for Registered Users] Save a conversation to a wave file [i.e. for Registered Users] Create a Mobile Answering Machine Create a Mobile Interactive Voice Response Create a Mobile Professional Call CenterÂ VOIP using an IP Phone [registered users only] Embedded IP Phone ----- Ethernet ----- Router ---- Internet ---- VOIP Service Provider
List of Changes:
Version 1.2 from 2005-09-01
Latest User Reviews:
Ron W Sarmiento
I want to add a softphone to my webpage. It is important for me to use Silverlight technology. In the past few weeks I tried some of the available softphones. Finally, I decided to build my own Silverlight SIP softphone that can be embedded in to my webpage (it is more flexible than the ready-to-use ones).
For this purpose I used the Ozeki VoIP SIP SDK. It offers a sample source for my project (http://www.voip-sip-sdk.com/p_84-silverlight-sip-softphone-voip.html)
and I also cooperated with the support team. The final result is very promising.
I hope I can help others in similar situation...
I downloaded the trial, but I didn't pay attention that it was for the CE emulator. My aim was to test it for a ARMv4 device, but this was not possible.
Not what it appears to be...
Research Lab Inc offers a lot on their website but unfortunately does not deliver.
I ordered the Embedded VOIP Developers Kit using Labx86 SBC Embedded Windows CE 5.0 for $799.00.
After I ordered it, it took 3 emails just to get them to respond. Then ignored everything in my emails and sent me the source for their demo in evc++.
When I tried to unzip it, it had zip password. Yet another email to get the password.
Sent them 3 more emails to try and get some support. No response to any of them.
Tried calling their phone number, got a recording.
Ten days later and I still have not received the hardware that was suppose to come with it in 48 hours.
Would definately stay away from them and any of their affiliates.
Embedded VOIP SIP Developers Kit
This is a good tool for developing VoIP service on handheld devices.