Intel Corp may be mad at Microsoft Corp over its Talisman graphical architecture but yesterday the two came together to seek to put the Internet telephony software vendors out of business, signing a licensing pact with Microsoft to develop technology to enable multimedia voice, video and data conferencing calls to be made on the Internet. The two will share protocols and technologies to ensure universality of the system, and are working with Internet service providers to make it easy to find people on-line using the Microsoft User Location Service. Microsoft says it plans to include the new technology in a new release of its NetMeeting software, which it says will be included in future Windows releases.
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