November 7, 2006
has announced that it has added support for Google Talk to its range of Flexor IP telephony adapters and IP phones. The Flexor line of products allow users to register a SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) account and a Google Talk account simultaneously on the same VoIP device. The Flexor line also supports analog FXO/FXS ports, so it can also make/receive landline/PSTN calls. Interesting that you can do SIP, Google Talk, and PSTN in/out all from one ATA (analog telephony adaptor). Indeed, it looks like the Flexor 151 and 201 are both nice converged ATAs -- all from a company I just learned about today. They also carry IP phones, such as the Flexor 500, but I didn't see any photos of the Flexor 500 on their website.
"We believe that Camrivox is the first company to add this capability, and our Flexor range is therefore the first devices that enables Google Talk to be used without a PC," said David Moorhouse, VP of Marketing at Camrivox.
The Google Talk capability is supported by Camrivox's complete range of VoIP products including the Flexor 500 IP phone, and the Flexor 201 and Flexor 151 VoIP telephony adapters.