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Java VoIP Telephony Servers? My company develops pure Java web applications, using Win32 and Linux, that are then deployed on Linux servers. One bell/whistle that many customers want is telephony integration.

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  1. Java VoIP Telephony Servers?
    My company develops pure Java web applications, using Win32 and Linux, that are then deployed on Linux servers. One bell/whistle that many customers want is telephony integration. Our current solution is to handle calls through a dedicated Windows NT/TAPI box with an expensive telephony card. The thing I like least about this solution is that adding phone lines is such a pain. I would really like to use the net2phone or dialpad networks and avoid physical lines completely. Unfortunately, their client software is written to interface with speakers and microphones, and not programs.
      
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    Posted on: March 28, 2008

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