Skype's Voice Services Program Receives Support From MAP Telecom
MONACO - MAP Telecom is helping Skype enable application developers and content providers create new revenue streams by offering their voice services to the global Skype community of more than 52 million users. Voice services can be developed on Voxbuilder and then made available to Skype's callers in over 200 countries.
Voxbuilder, hosted by MAP Telecom, is the online window to Voxpilot's VoiceXML 2.0 compliant Open Media Platform. It offers developers speech support for 15 languages and other online resources to create voice services such as news, voice auctioning, entertainment services and more.
"Skype has driven a revolution in personal communications by popularizing free Internet phone calls. We are committed to opening the endless possibilities for voice by creating a marketplace for our thriving ecosystem of partners and developers to make it easy for their innovative services to be available to our millions of callers worldwide," said Niklas Zennström, CEO and co-founder of Skype. "We challenge the world's most creative content providers to work with us and our partners such as MAP Telecom to develop these new and exciting forms of Internet voice services."