OnSIP Becomes First Hosted PBX Service Provider to Leverage Both SIP and XMPP for Complete UC Offering

OnSIP business customers now have access to voice, video, IM and presence on any client supporting SIP and XMPP.

By VoipPlanet.com Staff | Posted Feb 16, 2010
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New York, NY—February 16, 2010—Junction Networks announced today that it supports Extensible Messaging and Presence (XMPP) on any software or phone, enabling OnSIP customers to take advantage of a complete Unified Communications (UC) offering, regardless of the device they use to access it.

OnSIP customers now have access to a complete Unified Communications experience, with no additional cost on any client (phone or software application) supporting these open protocols. For example, the entire OnSIP Unified Communications experience is accessible using Bria, by Counterpath, a leading software application which supports both XMPP and SIP.

Click the following link to read the full release: OnSIP Becomes First Hosted PBX Service Provider to Leverage Both SIP and XMPP for Complete Unified Communications Offering

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