Arsenal is a realtime collaboration (RTC) and conferencing platform. It supports presence, instant messaging, filesharing, voice conferencing, persistent sessions for sharing whiteboard, web browser, images, and group chat.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Chat Conferencing multimedia Graphics Presentation Internet Phone Telephony|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent Mac OS X Unix Windows POSIX Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: This release features an exciting new and dynamic UI, along with improved file download performance and some bugfixes.
Release Notes: The UI was redesigned. This release supports Mac OS X, Linux, and Windows XP. The Voice over IP (SIP) phone feature is supported only on XP in this release.
Release Notes: This release adds a Mobile/J2ME client for session-based chat from any J2ME device. The client has been tested on the Palm Treo 650 smartphone with GPRS service. The client requires Arsenal Server 1.4.
Release Notes: This release adds SIP (RFC 3261) to support PC-PC phone calls. It integrates the NIST SIP Proxy/Registrar server and the Java.net SIP communicator (phone) for voice over IP from one Arsenal client to another.
Release Notes: This release supports two types of audio alerts: user initiated, where the user can send audio alerts to other users, and system events, where there are audio alerts on login, logout, chat messages, and the entering or exiting of a session.