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BW: Net Talk Opens the World of Internet Voice Communication to Linux Users

Jul 10, 2000, 21:08 (0 Talkback[s])

"Net Talk (www.nettalk.com), the global leader in animated voice communication, has opened its doors to millions of Linux web enthusiasts with the launch of its Red Hat Linux compatible software, announced company President, Steve Tover."

"The development allows people with Red Hat Linux to take advantage of the unique benefits Net Talk's voice over IP technology in order to better communicate over the Internet. Net Talk's animated voice communications software is unique due to its superior GSM sound quality as well as its graphic environment. Net Talk users are able to choose avatars to represent themselves in various graphic environments tailored to their needs."

"The Linux version of Net Talk allows Windows and Linux users to speak with each other, and comes with the complete functionality of Net Talk's animated group conferencing, including text chat, voice chat, animated avatars in a graphical environment, private messaging and file transfer."

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