Ecotronics Launches Beta of Kapanga Softphone Mobile, Voice and Video SIP Client for Windows Mobile 5.0 Devices

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The company that developed Kapanga Softphone, the premier SIP client with integrated voice, video and fax, now offers the beta version of its software for mobile devices running Windows Mobile 5.0.

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Ecotronics Ventures LLC announced today the beta launch of the mobile version of their leading VoIP client software, Kapanga Softphone.

The 30-day trial beta can be downloaded for free from Kapanga Softphone's website ( Once installed, Kapanga Mobile users can establish simultaneous voice and video communications through a software PBX or VoIP provider using the mobile device's 802.11 Wifi connection. Kapanga Mobile can also communicate directly to another SIP client device. Supported codecs include G.711, G.729 and AMR for voice and H.263, H.263+ and H.264 for video.

"We believe the future is in mobility", said Martin Cadirola, President/VP Business Development of Ecotronics Ventures LLC. "We are now launching a public beta after a year of successful field tests with large OEM clients. Our strategy is to become part of the family of solutions available to Fixed-Mobile Convergence (FMC) and Triple Play players in the VoIP industry and Kapanga Mobile will be one of our key offerings in 2007", he added.

Kapanga Mobile Beta on certain devices running Windows Mobile 5.0 (Smartphone and Pocket PC editions) namely, the Qtek 9100, Cingular 8125 and T-Mobile MDA among other smartphones, and the Dell Axim X51v Pocket PC PDA. Support for other devices is planned for 2007.

About Ecotronics

Ecotronics Ventures LLC is an Internet software and Engineering services company based in the Washington DC Metro area, providing innovative technology products and services in the IP communications and other markets for commercial and governmental organizations.

In 2005, Ecotronics launched Kapanga Softphone, the first Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) software phone client capable of voice, video and T.38 fax communications over an IP network.

As a SIP phone, Kapanga can be used on VoIP networks to interact with traditional Public Switching Telecommunication Networks (PSTNs) and future IP-telephony services. Among the popular features Kapanga offers are voice and video recording, fax transmission and reception, real-time quality of service (QoS) monitoring and more.

Kapanga Softphone has also been used by OEMs, system integrators and next-generation solutions providers across many VoIP hardware and service providers in North America, Europe, Asia and Latin America.

Both desktop and mobile versions of Kapanga Softphone are available for a free download from The desktop version is available for free for personal or academic use.


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