VOIP development software/SDK - New updates and lower OEM pricing

Discussion in 'VOIP' started by LanScape Sales Staff, Dec 4, 2004.

  1. For SIP/RTP and VOIP application developers:

    LanScape Corporation has just completed that latest release of our
    LanScape VOIP Media Engine development software. With this development
    library/SDK you can develop SIP/RTP based voice over IP applications
    for any version of Microsoft Windows operating systems. The media
    engine is more than a protocol stack. It manages SIP and RTP traffic,
    call states, complex phone functionality, and much more. For those of
    you wanting to check it out immediately, Google the phrase "LanScape
    VOIP Media Engine" or go to

    If you have to develop a multi line soft phone, voicemail server,
    media gateway or another similar type of VOIP application for Windows,
    our VOIP media engine is what you want.

    We have simplified the licensing and have adjusted the OEM price list
    for this product. Our goal is to offer you a cost effective
    development solution that will get you up and running quickly. It will
    not matter if you are a seasoned VOIP/SIP/RTP developer or a rookie.
    The VOIP development package we offer really simplifies the
    development task.

    To check out what the LanScape VOIP Media Engine can do for your
    application development, please go to our web site at
    http://www.lanscapecorp.com and look down the right side of the page
    for a headline that reads "LanScape VOIP Media Engine - New pricing
    schedule in effect!"

    If you have any question, we ask that you email the sales department
    with your inquiries. If you would like to review the Media Engine's
    documentation, just ask and we will get you a current copy of the
    compiled HTML help file that comes with the product. In the mean time,
    you might want to look at a slightly outdated version of the API
    documents located at:

    We have many interesting VOIP applications that will be unveiled soon
    that are using the LanScape VOIP Media Engine SDK. You will be able to
    use these applications in your own VOIP systems or use them to extend
    the capabilities of user communities such as Free World Dialup.

    Thank you and happy VOIP-ing,

    LanScape Sales Staff
    LanScape Sales Staff, Dec 4, 2004
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  2. LanScape Sales Staff


    Oct 29, 2010

    If you are looking to create Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) enabled telephony applications where you can dial as well as receive phone calls and as well as if you want to include Interactive Voice Response and Callback Systems to your application then you can try voipcore.com.
    Also, using this s/w, you can convert existing telephony applications into other SIP supported products.
    shriparna, Nov 4, 2010
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