X-Lite

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X-Lite is a proprietary freeware VoIP soft phone that uses the Session Initiation Protocol. X-Lite is developed by CounterPath Corporation, a Vancouver based software company.

In September 2010, CounterPath released X-Lite 4.0.[1] It incorporates many of the features from X-Lite 3.0 but has a redesigned user interface based on CounterPath's Bria softphone.

Past releases of X-Lite include: X-Lite 2.0 for Linux, which uses the old X-Pro code base, and X-Lite 3.0 for Windows and Mac OS X which uses the eyeBeam code base. X-Lite 2.0 was audio only, while X-Lite 3.0 had audio, video, and instant messaging as well as being presence-capable.

In 2005, X-Lite was Internet Telephony magazine's Product of the Year.[2] X-Lite complements other non-free products offered by the company but misses functionality needed to use it within a company such as transferring calls.[3]

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