damaka Launches Video Mail with its Peer-to-Peer VoIP Software

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damaka offers free videomail and voicemail with its SIP-based P2P communication and collaboration software.

damaka™, a fast-growing communication and collaboration software company, has launched video mail, which enables users to leave a video (and audio) message for their peers on damaka and to any other contacts using a regular webcam. Videomail is a new addition to damaka's existing set of features, which includes IPTV, DialOut™, video conferencing, desktop sharing, and FastFile™ transfer.

damaka offers its white-label, SIP-based, peer to peer platform for companies interested in jumping into the triple play solution with minimal infrastructure investment. According to damaka CEO Siva Ravikumar, "Videomail is just one example of how damaka can help a small and medium size operators or new entrants in the telco market to offer services that the incumbent telcos have yet to provide. Why spend time selling a voicemail service when videomail is already there for the taking."

damaka recently released IPTV which provides users free access to BBC News, CNN-IBN, HSN and many other channels. The company also recently released best-in-class peer-to-peer multi-party video conferencing (H.263/H.264) as the cornerstone of its video offering.

Screenshot: http://www.damaka.com/videomail

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About damaka, Inc.

damaka™ (http://www.damaka.com) is the world's most comprehensive, peer-to-peer, standards-based communication & collaboration software. damaka provides voice, video, IM, file transfer, desktop sharing, IPTV, & other features in an easy-to-use, real-time environment. A technology pioneer in distributed softswitching, damaka offers its white-label solution to Operators and Enterprises. The damaka platform is based on industry standards and uses patent pending technology to provide a very secure peer-to-peer environment for Internet users worldwide.

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