Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Windows Live Messenger support added!

A great affort was made by our team to add new VoIP protocol to our GTalk2VoIP gateway. For now, anyone can communicate through our gateway to Windows Live Messenger users, as well as any Windows Live Messenger user can initiate calls to Google Talk users, to PSTN phones, to SIP phones or even use voicemail service! In other words, all services provided by our gateway are now available for Windows Live Messenger users. We hope this new feature will significantly increase interoperability in Instant Messaging world and VoIP communications.

* Calling from Windows Live Messenger to PSTN (landline or mobile phones)
* Calling from Windows Live Messenger to Google Talk users
* Calling from Google Talk to Windows Live Messenger users

Keep exploring!


Monday, August 28, 2006

Codec selection is now possible.

To make our users able to choose appropriate voice codec to achieve best voice quality for internet connection that is currently in use, we have made it possible now to choose one of the following codecs: iLBC, Speex Narrow 11k and G.711 muLaw. You can read more about it on http://www.gtalk2voip.com/codecs.html.

Default codec iLBC is used because it is supported by all known Jingle complient clients (Psi, Tapioca, etc). For Google Talk we recommend to use Speex.


Friday, August 18, 2006

SIPBroker prefix code for GTalk2VoIP has been changed.

Thanks to Martin Burns from SIP Broker we have got a new SIPBroker prefix code: * 0 1 8, which is a bit shorter and more easily memorizable.

The old code * 7 6 2 1 will remain operational for some period of time, then it will be removed (may be even deligated to some other service), so please use the new one as far as it is possible. Thank you.