Telephony service provider

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This article is about the Microsoft API for telephony. For Internet PSTN gateway and VoIP companies, see Internet telephony service provider.
Not to be confused with Telecommunications service provider.

A telephony service provider, as defined in Microsoft's TAPI specification, is a software interface to a physical telephony device (such as a modem) that can be accessed programmatically to perform actions such as dialing a phone number or logging a call. TSPs can be thought of as a TAPI specific driver for a telephony device.

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