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Laszlo and CounterPath Solutions Join Forces to Bring VoIP Technology to Laszlo Webtop

Strategic partnership to integrate softphone into Webtop

Laszlo Systems and CounterPath Solutions have announced a strategic relationship to bring standards-based voice communications to Laszlo Webtop, The Web 2.0 Desktop.

The companies are joining forces to build CMC (CounterPath Multimedia Communicator) WebPhone, a softphone that is rapidly furthering Laszlo’s vision of one-click, universal communications by tightly merging the voice application with Webtop’s existing Mail and Contacts applications – all accessible from a single Web browser. A live demo of CMC WebPhone, showcasing multi-line VoIP-enabled calls made directly from the Webtop’s rich media interface to a PC or phone, is being featured at Laszlo’s booth during the AJAXWorld Conference & Expo in Santa Clara, CA, from September 24th-26th.

CMC WebPhone is ideal for enterprises, service providers, carriers and small-to-medium sized businesses looking to take advantage of the enhanced functionality and favorable economics of VoIP-based softphones, now being delivered via a cutting-edge, RIA-based interface. As the demo exhibits, CMC WebPhone users will be able to handle multiple calls, including accepting inbound or making outbound; take advantage of call waiting and alerts for incoming calls; and use Webtop’s drag-and-drop capabilities to initiate calls. CMC WebPhone will eventually hook into an integrated instant messaging (IM) functionality within Laszlo Webtop, bringing together the three most commonly used modes of communication on the web today: email, phone and IM.

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