Voiceserve Exhibits at Cebit Hanover 2009 – The No. 1 Marketplace for Digital Solutions, Trends and Innovations
UK based company targeting VoIP soft switch users and the global telecom
market, is exhibiting its latest VOIPSWITCH products at CeBIT 2009 in
presenting their products to the IT related industries.
Of the latest products to be displayed are the “Vippie Mobile” version
for Windows Mobile that works on Windows Mobile based phones. It is an
extension of the Vippie soft phone family and is intended for mobile users.
The new software is running on phones powered by Microsoft’s Windows Mobile
operating system. The full version of the mobile phone offers extended
functionality that includes a voicemail list with direct access to the
selected voice message, speed Dial stored on the server, sending SMS over IP
(thru Voipswitch) amongst others. The full version is customized and points
only the IP or URI of the provider so that users do not have to configure it
manually. Registered users are limited to use the predefined SIP server only.
The mobile Vippie Soft phone can be branded with provider’s name and logo
displayed on its interface.
from showing quarterly losses to quarterly profits last quarter, that our new
exciting mobile modules will help us maintain the positive momentum.”
About Voiceserve, Inc.
Voiceserve is a
primarily on delivering affordable next generation services to Internet
Telephony Providers (ITSPs) located in
Products include VoipSwitch, a custom modular all-in-one Voice over Internet
Protocol (VoIP) management platform licensing solution for resellers, VoIP
airtime minutes bundled with optional convenient features, including virtual
numbers, direct dial, web callback, and call forwarding and roaming free SIM
technology. More information about Voipswitch can be found on
A complete profile about the Voiceserve Group is located at
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