Vovida Offers Free Open Source H.323 Annex F Stack for Linux

September 1999
UNIX Update;Sep99, Vol. 10 Issue 9, p5
Trade Publication
Reports that Vovida Networks is offering another free commercial release of source code running on the Linux operating system -H.323 Annex F. Details on the Linux operating system -H.323 Annex F; Comments from Cullen Jennings, vice president, Engineering of Vovida Networks; Information on Vovida Networks Inc.


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