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BW: First Free Commercial Open Source H.323 Annex F Stack Running on Linux from Vovida Networks

Jul 29, 1999, 21:48 (0 Talkback[s])

"The H.323 standard provides a foundation for audio, video and data communications across IP-based networks. By complying with H.323 multimedia products and applications from multiple vendors can inter-operate, allowing users to communicate without concern for compatibility and allows customer products to interoperate with other H.323 compliant products."

"With the release of H.323 (version 2) Annex F," said Cullen Jennings, Vice President, Engineering of Vovida Networks, "designers can enable SETs like fax devices, text conversion terminals and simple telephones with or without security capabilities. Applications addressing palmtop computers with audiocommunications capabilities, telephones with an RJ-45 connector and cellular IP phones can also be created."

"Vovida Networks strongly believes in the open source model..."

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