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Friday, November 27, 2009
 
imVOX Gaming Voice Chat Service Coming To Mac
6:00 AM | Cord Kruse | 4 comments

Ayalogic has announced the Windows public beta availability of imVOX, a new voice communication service designed "to broaden the use of voice in games." The free imVOX service allows up to 30 gamers to join a voice chat for free, or up to 250 for the paid premium service. The beta is currently available for Windows with a Mac OS X version in progress.

The software runs in the background while a user plays a multiplayer game like World of Warcraft to provide users with better communication with teammates. Premium services are available for $24.99 USD per year, and provide users with the ability to connect up to 250 users to a single server and expanded in-client features such as text-to-voice and a customizable client.

Ayalogic's CEO Mike Rojas says, "We want to make it easier to enable gamers to connect with voice. There will be no more begging a friend to leverage their voice server to have a little extra fun in whatever game you want to play."

"Our architecture and technology will allow us to bring rapid innovation around communication services to the gaming market. The time has come to bring together to merge the benefits of embedded voice and dedicated gaming voice clients into a single solution," says Mike Rojas.

The imVOX network of servers is set up on Amazon's Web Services platform, utilizing EC2 for the main servers and S3 for backup and persistent storage-- a first in the consumer game voice market. This solution allows for a low cost, redundant, scalable and cost effective infrastructure that passes its benefits for reliability and price directly to the gamer.

By providing not only the servers and technology for imVOX, but also the user client, Ayalogic is able to provide a smoother experience than existing solutions at a significantly reduced price - Free.

The imVOX software is currently available on Microsoft's Windows XP, Vista and 7 and runs directly on your computer. Support for OS X is in the works. Additionally, social networking features and integration are currently in development, with login via Facebook Connect and Twitter integration available soon.

From the FAQ:
When will a Mac version of imVOX be available?
A: A Mac version is currently in the works with plans to support Snow Leopard. We hope to have something in a few weeks.

For more information about inVOX click over to the site listed below.

imVOX
Ayalogic


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