UK based company has developed a drop-in library for use in a VOIP environment which monitors call quality and permits robust and easy establishment of new circuits without service disruption. The program has been written using Berkeley Sockets and supports Super Node.
Key target customers include Skype and Cisco. The product will have a global market, and a sales/marketing/support/maintenance infrastructure will be set in place with these second/third round funds.
We need to receive your man/hour rate for 2 Expert C programmers, 1 Database Design expert,1 expert in database Design and C.
Estimated project duration 4 month
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