Posted by Calls Come True ... | Posted on 07-06-2011 | comments: 1| Posted in
At the moment, the main reason for the breakdown is unknown and we can only guess what is happening. If we have to be objective, things seem really bad but we better do not jump to any conclusions before the situation became clear. Moreover, this is not the first time when Skype goes down. The previous breakdown was on 22th December 2010 when tens of millions of people had problems signing in to the system. For this failure, followers of VoIP technology blamed the Microsoft takeover of Skype.
Skype is a software application serving more than 660 million of users from the whole world. This technology allows people to make chats and cheap calls, both video and voice, to almost each part of the globe, using their broadband internet connection. The best thing about this service is that it provides toll free calls to people who communicate with each other, within the service. On the other hand, this VoIP technology offers its users other exclusive features such as video conferencing, instant messaging and file transfer. On 10th May 2011 Microsoft Corporation took over Skype Communications for more than 8.5 billion US dollars.
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