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Google Voice Architecture

Hi High Scalability community!

Do you have any information on the architecture behind Google Voice, the new service by Google that offers one Google Number for all your calls and SMS? It is based on GrandCentral who has been acquired by Google 2 years ago.


Reader Comments (3)

Free U.S. Calls with Google Voice. At least for now, calls through Google Voice to phone numbers in the United States are free. And the rates are quite reasonable to other countries. It's a penny a minute to Canada and two cents a minute to many other countries whose names don't include the word "island.". For more info have a look at http://nerdvittles.com/?p=593">Googlified Messaging: Asterisk’s New Best Friend.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterWard

Is Google Voice not based on standard VoIP and SIP?

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered CommenterEvan

ars technica has a new post on Google Voice:
http://arstechnica.com/telecom/news/2009/08/a-rundown-of-google-voice-for-the-uninitiated.ars">Google Voice and you: what it is and how you can use it

Have you been hearing all the chatter about Google Voice but still haven't caught up on what it is? Ars gives you the rundown on Google's calling service and how you can use it to screen and forward calls, send free SMSs, and even get your voicemails transcribed and sent to your inbox.

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commentergeekr

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