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BW: Vovida Networks Teams With Equivalence to Expedite Free Open H.323 Stack

May 28, 1999, 16:24 (0 Talkback[s])

"... expected summer availability of the Annex F voice component of a free, opensource, H.323 stack based upon the Linux operating system and Win32."

"This is the beginning of creating real customer value by providing developers around the world usable, open source, non-proprietary building blocks for developing voice, video, and data products and solutions," said Alan Knitowski, president and CEO of Vovida Networks Inc."

"H.323 is a suite of protocols used by Internet telephony products, and selected by the major telcos as one of the protocol standards for the future of Internet telephony. In line with the model of the increasingly popular Linux operating system, the source code will be available for download via the Internet free of charge."

"Once this preliminary implementation is commercially available, it can easily form the basis of an entire family of open source Internet conferencing and telephony products."

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