just announced its deploying an international
Voice over IP
calling service. The company, however, is giving a new meaning to
international calling over IP. uAuthorize plans to set up a number of
Web sites in different languages, which will allow users from multiple
countries to register for its VoIP service.
plans to launch the multi-language service by the end of this year.
The service will
employ multiple country Web sites in multi-language translations. The
company�s software will enable prepaid users to place calls using
stand-alone software or browser integrated plug-ins, and compression
technology�which the company says will solve latency problems that have
plagued other VoIP solutions.
The company will begin Beta
testing the service by the end of this year. During 2005, uAuthorize
expects to officially start launching the service through international
Web site in the U.S., Australia, Russia, Japan, the United Kingdom, and
many more countries.
Edmond, OK-based uAuthorize has a Web market-like portal built by the
creation and attainment of multiple sites, software titles, and
e-commerce bundles. The company has three distinct content categories
including marketing solutions, Internet technologies, and business
Johanne Torres is the contributing editor
for TMCnet.com and Internet Telephony magazine.
Previously, she was the assistant editor for EContent
magazine in Connecticut. She can be reached by e-mail at