Released on: 21, January 2009
, Author: Olga Ritchie
, Audience: Software related
Liverpool, UK - FabulaTech, one of the leading software developement companies specializing in device driver development and virtualization solutions announced launch of a newly updated version of Sound over RDP 1.2.1 with minor bug fixes.
Sound over RDP is a nifty sound virtualization tool which was built specifically to enable remote sound from the local machine to the remote computer. Many applications use sound for various forms of feedback such as softphones, Skype, NetMeeting, AIM, ICQ and many others. Sound over RDP extends standard RDP functionality and delivers full high-resolution low-latency remote audio playback. With the help of this program one can easily access data of a sound input device plugged into the local machine while working in remote Windows session.
"The program is really simple to handle", comments Alan Rourke, one of the senior software developers. "You just need a working sound device, install the Workstation on the computer to which the device is physically connected and the Server side on the remote server from which you need to access your device. That's all".
Sound over RDP highlights:
-Support for input sound devices such as microphones
-Works with Windows Remote Desktop Connection client
-Virtual Machine compatible
For more features please visit program's homepage at http://www.sound-over-rdp.com or download the update version directly at http://www.sound-over-rdp.com/sound-over-rdp.zip with the free 15-day trial.
Sound over RDP solution is ideal for people working with voice messengers in remote sessions, call centers, thin clients' users, everyone who wants to use two-way sound over RDP protocol.
Program's functionality can be easily integrated into your application. So it allows terminal server users to access local headsets and microphones in remote Windows session.
FabulaTech is a software development company. Established in 2000, FabulaTech specializes in device driver development, application development and systems internals programming for Microsoft Windows, Linux and Embedded operating systems. FabulaTech embraces the ideal of providing personalized service with the customer's needs in mind, all the time.
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