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*Logmein launched free VoIP for chatting to screen sharing sessions*

Skype isn’t the only VoIP solution in the news today, as the LogMeIn folks have updated a free app for the iPad and iPhone that adds chatting to screen sharing sessions. The join.me app now available in the iTunes App Store adds the ability to have voice conversations with the standard screen sharing and remote control functions over the join.me online service. The app is free as is the join.me service, but there is a Pro version of the service that adds functionality over the free sessions.

LogMeIn launched join.me a few months ago and the service allows anyone to host a screen sharing session with up to 250 viewers. Users can give product demonstrations, or use the service to view someone’s computer screen remotely. The addition of VoIP means the parties can now converse about the session with no additional hardware required, just an iPad or iPhone.

 

Skype isn’t the only VoIP solution in the news today, as the LogMeIn folks have updated a free app for the iPad and iPhone that adds chatting to screen sharing sessions. The join.me app now available in the iTunes App Store adds the ability to have voice conversations with the standard screen sharing and remote control functions over the join.me online service. The app is free as is the join.me service, but there is a Pro version of the service that adds functionality over the free sessions.

LogMeIn launched join.me a few months ago and the service allows anyone to host a screen sharing session with up to 250 viewers. Users can give product demonstrations, or use the service to view someone’s computer screen remotely. The addition of VoIP means the parties can now converse about the session with no additional hardware required, just an iPad or iPhone.

 

Indian telco launches 4G product for American market

May 10, 2011, 06.53pm IST

NEW DELHI: Indian Telecom product manufacturer Kavveri Telecom announced launch of a linearly Polarised customer premise equipment (CPE) antenna, , for North American market. 

‘The 4G or LTE (Long Term Evaluation) technology in frequency band of 698 to 960 Mhz. This antenna will serve need of companies for providing LTE and other services in the these frequency bands,’ Shivakumar Reddy, Managing Director, Kavveri Telecom told PTI. 

Reddy mentioned that Kavveri has invested Rs 35 million in development of the product. 

‘This product has been designed and developed by Kavveri’s research and development department inIndia,’ Reddy added. 

After the North American markets, Kavveri Telecom is planning to take this product to markets like European, Middle East and African market. 

The 4G antenna launched today can also cater need of cellular, broadband and mobile TV services in India. 

Wireless Planning Commission , custodian of spectrum in India, has proposed to use 700 Mhz frequency band for cellular and wireless broadband in the proposed National Frequency Allocation Plan on the basis of which spectrum is allocated to companies. 

‘We can serve Indian needs as well but let government finalise its plan first,’ Reddy said. 

The antenna launched by the company will be manufactured at its plant in Bangalore and shipped to international markets.

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