C-Media USB VOIP Device

Category: Other
Manufacturer: C-Media
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 12.2 MB
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.12.1.002 / 15 Mar 2007

Windows device driver information for C-Media USB VOIP Device

The C-Media USB VOIP Device comes in a software package that is 12.2 MB in size. The package is compatible with Windows 2000 and Windows XP operating systems. The popularity of USB phones worldwide cannot be denied. These devices are becoming the most popular VOIP device for PC to phone users. Without a doubt, the affordable price and ease of use that comes with these devices make it one of the hottest products in the market. With the popularity of this technology, companies such as C-Media come up with devices like the C-Media USB VOIP Device to support the technology. This device makes use of the popular USB interface, a computer specification and connection method that allows faster transfer of data from one device to another. In this case, there is a transfer of data from PC to phone and vice versa.

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The C-Media USB VOIP Device is used for transferring data between personal computers and mobile phones. The device is easy to install. With its USB interface, users will find it very convenient. USB or Universal Serial Bus is a very popular method of connection today. Most devices employ this technology instead of the older connection methods using serial or parallel ports. USB technology allows faster data transfer rate that offers user convenience and reliability. The C-Media USB VOIP Device can also be used with iphones. VoIP or Voice over Internet Protocol is a term used for the transmission technology used to deliver voice communication over the Internet and other IP networks including packet-switched networks. VoIP is also used synonymously with the term Internet telephony. This refers to the communication services such as fax and voice applications transported over the Internet. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and C-Media USB VOIP Device errors before installing any driver updates.