Wednesday, November 2, 2005

Microsoft to Acquire media-streams.com for VoIP

Microsoft agreed to acquire media-streams.com AG, a software company based in Zurich, Switzerland, that develops VoIP applications. Financial terms were not disclosed.


Microsoft said it plans to apply media-streams.com's technology, people and intellectual property to accelerate the delivery of its unified communications vision, bringing together various modes of communication (email; instant messaging; short message service; voice/telephony; and audio, video and Web conferencing). The technology will help Microsoft deliver an improved integrated VoIP experience based on the Microsoft Office Real-Time Collaboration platform, Microsoft Office Live Communications Server.
http://www.microsoft.com/http://www.media-streams.com/

  • In August, 2005, Microsoft acquired Teleo, a developer of VoIP software and services for the consumer market. Teleo, a San Francisco-based start-up, had launched a beta application that integrates with Microsoft Outlook and Internet Explorer to provide a click-to-call VoIP connectivity to cell phones, regular phones or other PCs. The company was founded in 2003. Financial terms were not disclosed.<.li>

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