Toshiba bundles VLI Gphone wireless VOIP software with PDAS.
PocketGphone is SIP compliant and has unparalleled quality and functionality. Combined with VLI's service GphoneOnline.com, the Toshiba e800/805 becomes a device that can make calls from the convenience of public hotspots and Wi-Fi environments worldwide.
"Combining the mobility of handheld devices and the efficiency of VoIP, the new Toshiba devices allow business users and consumers to have the flexibility and convenience they demand," said Bingwei Yao, President and CEO of VLI.
"With the VLI telephony software, Pocket PC e800/805 Series customers now have the ability to stay connected with colleagues and friends worldwide, reducing the cost of long distance and international phone calls and further expanding Toshiba's commitment to wireless connectivity," said Carl Pinto, director of product marketing, Toshiba Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc.
Gphone works in conjunction with VLI's online service GphoneOnline.com to enable users to make inexpensive calls to virtually any phone in the world. Powered by VLI's Gphone Buddy Server and Gphone Engine technology, GphoneOnline is the world's leading wireless VoIP service provider.
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|Publication:||EDP Weekly's IT Monitor|
|Date:||Nov 10, 2003|
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