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VoIPSwitch To Attend D.C., Seoul Events
By David Sims, TMCnet Contributing Editor
Over the upcoming week, VoIPSwitch will be hosting "Meet with VoipSWITCH" at the International Telecoms Week conference, Booth Number 817, 2010 in Washington DC.
There, the vendor will be presenting its offering for VoIP providers along with the family of mobile SIP client including IPhone/IPad, Blackberry, Android (News - Alert), Symbian and Windows Mobile versions.
Also, later in the week, they'll be at World IT Show 2010 in Korea, and again they're extending a warm invitation to one and all to visit their booth nr 3J114 at the IT show in Seoul. If you would like to schedule an appointment please contact them, as they also will "give some free tickets for the show," company officials say.
VoIPSwitch officials also recently announced a recording functionality has been added to the latest release of the Vippie for IPhone/IPad SIP client.
"You can record any parts of your active calls simply by tapping the record icon," company officials explain: "It will start recording, next tap and the recording stops, if you want to start recording conversation again during the call tap the record icon again."
And when you want to listen to the recorded messages go to Recent calls menu where you can see all calls with associated recordings marked with the "speaker" icon. Click on it to see the audio player's controls which allow you to hear the message, switch to loudspeaker and use a seek/progress bar.
David Sims is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of David's articles, please visit his columnist page. He also blogs for TMCnet here.
Edited by Stefania Viscusi