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- From: Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2006 13:46:17 -0800
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See article below on IM/VOIP/search integration from Pete Mackie.
Also note from EclipseCon...we now have access to a Skype implementation
(for use in implementing/continuing design of the ECF Call API) via the
Voice Tools Project.
Committers ee CVS
We need to coordinate further on integration of this, SIP 2.0, and Jingle.
We're sorry, we can't complete the call as clicked. Please check the IM
handle and try again.
*Voice over IP is a feature, not a product. That's what we're seeing
borne out again and again as the Web's major players rush to add it to
their instant messaging programs. Yahoo is the latest, making good on a
promise it made three months ago to roll out a new messenger product
with full inbound and outbound VoIP capabilities
means that, like Skype <http://skype.com/> and Gizmo
<http://www.gizmoproject.com/>, users will be able to make calls to
traditional land-line phones and cellphones and receive calls from them
as well. "We look at our voice offerings as a platform," said Yahoo
spokeswoman Terrell Karlsten. "As we look down the road, we see a real
opportunity to integrate our voice platform into other leading Yahoo
services such as search and other communications programs. That is
certainly our mission."