The company was most well known for it’s proprietary Pocket PC VoIP application that spoke to Intel-based PBXs laid off 40 people on April the 15th. Bob Hart the CEO announced they would try and sell the assets and return what monies they could to their investors.

Excerpt from Seattle Times…
“The underlying technology just wasn’t up to the task,” Hart said. “It ‘demos’ well, but in a full-scale deployment, it doesn’t hold up.”

Another proprietary offering bites the dust while open standards gains momentum.


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