Global IP Telecommunications releases free Plug & Play Solution for VoIP Services that enables VoIP even in restricted networks.
"Our VoIP telephones can now be used as simple as plugging a classical phone into a wall socket and to pick up and make calls!", says Michael Best, CEO of Global IP Telecommunications. Mr. Best adds "..the solution makes VoIP data appear as if a user was browsing web pages in order to bypass firewalls in complicated network environments. Users are even enabled to make calls to and from so-called "VoIP Blocking Countries"!. Users are further free to select a specific SSC access point and to turn SSC on or off."
The development took two years from concept to realization. Besides the quality and speed of the data transport mechanism has the focus been the tap-proof point-to-point encryption of voice data. SSC is freely available to every interested person from today. A Linux and Windows variant of the software can be downloaded from www.globaliptel.com. There is no limitation of use. SSC can be used with all Ninja Software Telephones from Global IP Telecommunications. Implementation of the relevant functionalities in third-party hard- and software is stipulated as well.
"Companies will particularly take advantage of the simple and very convenient way to connect mobile computers to their fixed PBX. What in the world is more satisfying than to start a piece of software and everything works perfectly?", says Bernd Roellgen, CTO of Global IP Telecommunications.
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Global IP Telecommunications Ltd.
Global IP Telecommunications is a leading manufacturer of autoprovisioning-capable softphone applications for Voice-over-IP. GlobalIPTel products are being sold worldwide through leading PC-, USB- and headset manufacturers, internet service providers, telcos as well as international sales partners (www.globaliptel.com).
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