Software adds VoIP capabilities

Software development kit (SDK) for Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 from TeleSoft International lets chip makers, pocket PC, and phone manufacturers add standards-based VoIP to wireless devices and mobile and wired phones.

By Control Engineering Staff April 16, 2007

Software development kit (SDK) for Microsoft Windows Mobile 5.0 from TeleSoft International lets chip makers, pocket PC, and phone manufacturers add standards-based VoIP to wireless devices and mobile and wired phones. CompactSIP (session initiation protocol) SDK features a ready-to-run stack of source code software running as a Pocket PC ARM emulator that ports directly to 32-bit Advanced RISC Machine (ARM) processors. SDK lets developers build the necessary base for e-mail, instant messaging, e-commerce, video, multimedia, navigation, and other broadband Internet applications into a variety of electronic devices. CompactSIP supports many operating systems in addition to Windows Mobile 5.0, including Linux, VxWorks, and Windows CE.

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