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January 01, 2009

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Alok

Liked your perspective on this. VoIP is definitely far from dead, just depends on your perspective. VoIP is like a platform to develop advanced application and that application is surely not dead. Read more on http://truvoip.blogspot.com/2009/01/voip-20-voip-is-far-from-dead-opinion.html

Andy Abramson

Not exactly Michael.

I'm implying about the overall experience. Calliflower and HighDef differ. One offers a very rich sound and an easy to use back end. The other offers a very rich front end, live participant experience.

Sorry for the confusion. I'm thinking end user experience, not early adopter level.

Michael Graves

Andy,

You imply that Calliflower is a wideband (HDVoice) capable conference bridge. I don't believe that this is the case. I've never had a Calliflower conference that triggered the HD indication on my Polycom IP650. Nor have I ever felt that they sounded better than G.711.

In fact, I've never been able to join a Calliflower call via SIP URI. The call was always established using a PSTN number or through a specific service provider like Sitfono or TringMe. I presume that this is a reflection of their revenue model as much as their technology.

Michael

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