|Op. System:||Windows 7/Vista/XP|
|File size:||3.48 MB|
Editor's review MicroSIP
MicroSIP is a phone app that is open source and runs on Windows operating systems. SIP, soft internet phone, uses the PJSIP stack in Windows as its foundation. You can do personal calls using VOIP or on a physical phone using this SIP protocol. You route your call through MicroSIP after you are registered and have selected a cloud SIP provider who will best serve your needs. Overseas calls are inexpensive and your calls to in-country relations are free. So, what does MicroSIP get you? It uses the least amount of resources possible on your machine, having a very small footprint of less than 2.5 MB. It uses less than 5 MB of RAM to do its job. It is authored in both C++ and C. It has a great interface that is simple, easy, and friendly. It is tightly tied to the industry standards for SIP. It uses the best codecs for audio (: speex@8,16,32kHz, iLBC@8kHz, GSM@8kHz, G.711@8kHz (PCMU and PCMA), G.722@16kHz, G.729@8kHz, SILK@8,12,16,24kHz, Linear PCM@8,16,44kHz), has encryption that you can configure, store your configuration in its ini file, and has a selection of over 20 languages to use. A very nice tool.