IP-Based Office Intercom System
IP Office Intercom lets you use your computer to speak to others
over the internet or your local office computer network with
simple "push-to-talk" technology.
It works as a virtual intercom and feels a little like using a CB radio. To talk to anyone else who has installed IP Office Intercom anywhere in the world, just hold down a key on the keyboard. Speak into your computer's microphone and you will be heard through the other computer's speakers.
IP Office Intercom is designed to be fast and easy to use and, in an office environment, no cabling is be required to run IP Office Intercom because it uses the existing network.
Note: IP Office Intercom uses a push-to-talk system. This makes calls faster and saves bandwidth.
- Assign system wide hot keys to connect directly without opening the application.
- Encrypt your voice with private key strong encryption.
- Use your network or a VoIP SIP service provider.
- Can be used with a headset, a microphone and speakers , or the Express USB phone device.
- Can be configured to work behind NATs and Firewalls using UPnP or STUN methods.
- Supports echo cancellation and noise reduction when using a microphone and speakers.
- Store and access thousands of contact phone numbers in the Office Intercom Address Book or using the Windows Address Book or Contacts.
- "Do Not Disturb" option stops others from talking to you when you are busy with other matters.
- Set bandwidth usage and audio quality.
- Ability to allow only certain callers to contact you.
- Windows 98/ME/2000/XP/2003/Vista.
- Pentium 500MHz or above with at least 32MB RAM (64MB for 2000/XP/2003).
- A sound card that supports full-duplex audio
- A headset with an in-built mic, or a microphone and a set of speakers
- Broadband connection highly preferred (56k dial-up connection can be used, but performance is not guaranteed) **
- (Optional) A VoIP service provider