Second Update: It appears the company marketing the X-PDA software for Pocket PC's is Global IP Communications, a company that is based in Pennsylvania.
On their "About" page they state "we're now Preferred Development Partner of CounterPath Solutions with customers all over the world, developing ground-breaking software for the VoIP industry and our hardware is best known for good quality at a reasonable price. The most decisive advantage of all our products on a market that is flooded by semi-finished products is that they simply work."
I find this all rather odd, but also since the CounterPath logo is in prominent position across the top right, and their name is so similar to Global IP Sound's tagline of Global IP Solutions.
Update--According to CounterPath officials, the software is not from them.
Over the weekend I reported, based on a posting elsewhere that:
Long a favorite of pure SIP users, CounterPath, the company formally known as X-Ten has introduced their PDA version for Windows Mobile Pocket PC's.
Om and company at GigaOm sweat the details.
My viewpoint is that this is only the beginning of more and more deployments of soft clients on pocket size endpoints. Already GizmoProject works on Nokia N and Eseries devices, as does Truphone. The recently introduced Nokia N800 Tablet works with GoogleTalk and GizmoProject, and others like SJ Phone have been on the Pocket PC platform previously, but QoS has always been the issue. Now with a more powerful processor in the PPC's the opportunity for companies like CounterPath and others to gain wider scale deployments is there. Already on the Pocket PC/Windows Mobile OS is Skype, not to leave them out of the equation.
We regret the error and apologize to the folks at CounterPath...