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CEBIT 2002: Pocket Presence presents Voice over IP on Pocket PCs
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 14.03.02 - 12:32:00 CET under 01 - General News - Viewed 4920x
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Pocket Presence, the company behind Running Voice GSM, presents this year on the Casio booth in hall 1 its Voice over IP solution for Pocket PCs. I had the chance to test it and it's amazing, Running Voice IP supports full duplex on a Pocket PC that you can use it in a corporate environment like a telephone to talk with other Pocket PCs or desktop PCs.
If you take the Fujitsu LOOX for example, you will be also able to hold it like a Pocket PC 2002 Phone Edition as it has the speaker on the top and the Microphone on the bottom.

Running Voice IP comes with a small backend software which handles the call setups. With this software you don't have to recognize any IP addresses as you can assign real names to the Pocket PC. A test of Running Voice should be follow as soon as I get the Beta version from Pocket Presence!

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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Posted by Helio Diamant on 18.03.02 - 00:00:00

Does it support connections over BLUETOOTH and CELLPHONE too?

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