Public trial of eDial's telephony web service 
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 Public trial of eDial's telephony web service

Yesterday eDial announced a public trial of its web service telephony interface. You can sign up hassle free at http://www.*-*-*.com/ and use the web service to make free calls, no strings attached.
There are a limited number of lines available to the service. We're looking for feed back on the utility of the service and how we can make it better.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                          

Company Contact:
Debbie Braunert
eDial, Inc.

eDial to Demonstrate XML Web sServices iInterface to AudioPresenter at Fawcette VS.Live! 2002 Orlando  on stage with MicrosofteDial AudioPresenter to Demonstrate a .Microsoft .NET enabled eDial.NET  
conferencing server and service at Microsoft Fawcette  VS.Live! 2002 Orlando
Developers Bbuilding Mmobile Aapplications with using Microsoft Visual Studio? .NET Developers Can  Integrate Telephone Calls and Conferences
Enterprise and Carrier Applications

September 16, 2002 Waltham, MAOrlando, FL eDial, Inc., the leading developer of next generation  telephony solutions, today announced a new feature of its eDial AudioPresenter?, the companys  
flagship an audio conferencing and WebWeb presentation solution.  The new feature, called eDial.NET,  is an industry-compliant XML Wweb services interfaces interface  for dialing and controlling
telephone  calls and conferences.  Microsoft?eDial will demonstrate on stage with Microsoft eDial.NET how call  control can become part of a Microsoft .NET desktop and mobile applications using the
eDial server at  the Microsoft Fawcette VS.Live! 2002 Orlando event today.  

eDial.NET Having an out of the box Microsoft .NET experience enables developers who use Microsoft  Visual Studio .NET to integrate advanced telephony features into a wide variety of desktop and mobile  
applications.  Setting up calls and conferences is now as easy as clicking on names and calendar  appointments within any enterprise workflow or contact management application.  eDial also announced  
the availability of a trial .NET- enabled eDial.NET Wweb services public server for qualified  developers using the Microsoft .NET developersFramework.  

At the Fawcette VS.Live! 2002 Orlando Microsoft VSLive event, Microsoft eDial will demonstrate an  smart client application that uses the eDial call control XML Web services interface eDial
application  running on a Microsoft .NET Compact -Framework- enabled device.  In addition, a similar experience  will be There will also be a demonstratedion within a mobile webWeb application of this
same  application running in any desktop orn mobile device  ordinary browser via Microsoft  ASP.NET Mobile  Controls.  This will confirm that anyAny application or device supporting the Microsoft .NET  
Fframework or the .NET Compact -Framework can leverage the call control XML Web services interface  power of the eDial AudioPresenter appliance to dial, control, track and manage phone calls and  
conferences.  By allowing developers to re-use their knowledge and skills base of Microsoft  development tools toolsenvironronment and disciplines, they can concentrate on making powerful and  
compelling productivity applications and webWeb experiences for their target users.  Now those  applications and Web services that incorporate control of can include telephone callss and  conferences.

We have received frequent requests from enterprise and carrier developers who want to put telephone  calls and conferences right into their desktop and mobile applications and WebWeb pages, said
Scott  Petrack, founder and cto CTO of eDial.  Offering an industry .NET-compliant XML Wweb service  sServices interface created usingwith the .NET Framework interface is a natural way to enable
these  entities to satisfy their customers.  By providing them with the capability to dial and track calls  directly from applications such as enterprise calendars and directories, they will be able
to  experience a major productivity gain in their daily business communications.  

The .NET-enabled eDial conferencing appliances enable developers to include  enterprise and carrier  developers to easily connect enterprise and carrier telephony services telephone calls intowithin
a  variety of mobile applications, and data, said xxxxxx, xxxxxDavid Rasmussen, lead product manager for  .NET mobile developer technologies in the Developer Platform and Evangelism Divisionlead
product  manager for .NET mobility e dDeveloper technologies in the Developer PPlatform and Evangelism Division  of at Microsoft Corp.  Using the .NET mobile development paradigmCompact Framework or
ASP .NET Mobile  Controls Compact Framework infrastructure and enables eDials XML WebWeb services interface to publish  the telephony service in a simple, drop-inenables developers to create
compelling mobile applications  that use advanced telephony services, a common and exciting scenario. Wweb parts that provide the  ability to add telephone calls and conferences to any part of the
enterprise work flow by using the  standard tools of in manner that enhances the experience of any Visual Studio .NET developer.    

To allow enable developers using Microsoft .NET developers to preview how easily phone calls can be  integrated into desktop and mobile applications, eDial has placed a trial version of the webWeb  
services interface of the eDial AudioPresenter on http://www.*-*-*.com/ ;Users of Microsoft Visual  Studio .NET can point their browsers to this URL to obtain the datainformation on how to access
to the  full power of the eDial Wweb call control WebWeb services interfaces interface.

About eDial AudioPresenter    
The eDial AudioPresenter is the simplest and lowest cost solution for audio conferencing and webWeb  presentations.  It is a single hardware appliance that easily installs into an organizations
existing  telephone and data networks, providing organizations with a cost-effective and easy to use solution to  seamlessly communicate and deliver presentations to customer, clients, partners and
other employees.   No software is neededrequired to run the appliance, just a network.Since there is no software to  download and no plug-ins to install, all that is required is a phone and a standard
Web browser.  

About eDial, Inc.
eDial is dedicated to the development of next generation telephony solutions that leverage existing  corporate infrastructure to improve productivity and reduce costs. The company's innovative eDial  
Telephony Server technology enables easy to use call control and management on any voice network, from  any application.  eDial has leveraged its technology to deliver leading telephony solutions,
including  the eDial AudioPresenter, the companys flagship audio conferencing and WebWeb presentation solution.   eDial has also developed technologies for its partners including advanced call
control and desktop  dialing.  For more information on eDial and it products, visit the WebWeb site at or  contact us at 866-99-eDial (866-993-3425).

eDial, the eDial logo and AudioPresenter are trademarks or registered trademarks of eDial, Inc.

Other product or service names mentioned herein are the trademarks of their respective owners.

Sat, 05 Mar 2005 22:30:38 GMT  
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