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Integrate VoIP and collaboration technology into your applications,
with aveComm SDK Written in JAVA.
aveComm provides robust, feature rich modules such as full duplex voice
communication over the Internet (VoIP), Application Sharing, Remote
Control, Screen Annotation, Whiteboard, and more. aveComm is designed
based on a modular architecture and is completely customizable. Each
module works independently, so businesses can customize aveComm to
produce the solution that best fits their needs.
Speak in real time with dynamic VoIP
Text chat available when VoIP is unavailable or not desired.
Share any application on your computer with any number of people
Allow others complete or limited control of your desktop.
Annotate screen for a clear understand
Allow others to participate from a regular phone.
Share files, graphics and text
Whiteboard in real time.
Leave voice mail, if unavailable.
Record conferences or presentations.
NAT Firewall/Proxy Friendly
Complete Call Management Features
Applications that can benefits from aveComm:
Or as a stand-alone product.
Technologies that enhance Internet Communication and Collaboration
Please do not spam in this group, thanks. The charter specifically forbids
Any future instances will be reported to your ISP.
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