Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Damaka: Another SIP Player?

Damaka. No OS X Client! Pshah! In any case, the more players in the SIP field, the merrier!

3 comments:

swoods said...

I agree... the more the better... keeps everyone on their toes... but this one is headed in the right directions... standards-based SIP, P2P, collaborative communication... I use it on a daily basis and I love it!

Just that fact that its secure and is not routed through other user's computers is a relief and a big plus. And they give VoiceMail Free~

Ram said...

I have been using damaka for the past 3-4 months and I must say that damaka has the best voice quality of all the applications I have tried thus far. Moreover, the softswitch (as damaka calls it), has some really cool features like dum-dum, personalized database, text-to-voice, voice mail, off line messaging, music-on-hold etc. The application is simple and user friendly. damaka team is headed for the right direction. It would be great if they could add video to this application. I am pretty sure they will be able to provide a better real time video quality than others if the the application is truly P2P as claimed. I am looking forward to this feature.

hopper96 said...

I saw a press release on how they just launched video conference for four people peer to peer. Does that mean I don't have to worry about my video calls going through someone else's server and coming up in strange places like MySpace? I will be great to have a video conference and not have to worry that the call is being recorded, etc. I do hope this software solves that.