Trolltech launches first Linux-based VoIP framework for handheld devices

By Derek Sooman on November 29, 2005, 5:22 PM
Trolltech, a leading provider of technologies that make advanced software faster to build and easier to use, today released Qtopia Phone Edition 2.2, the first Linux-based Voice over IP (VoIP) software solution for mobile and wireless phones and converged media devices. The software features performance improvements and enhanced user interface, multimedia and internationalization functionality.

"Mobile IP telephony opens a new world of services that combine voice and data, and with Qtopia Phone, vendors can now easily build VoIP functionality into Linux-based devices," said Haavard Nord, Trolltech CEO. "Qtopia has been on the front lines of the mobile Linux industry since its beginning, and this latest version demonstrates our continued commitment to meet customer demand and enable the integration of cutting-edge features into Qtopia/Linux devices."

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