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Friday, 12 February 2010

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99% of STRYPE video-conferencing bandwidth is used for adult chatting and similar activities using low resolution cameras

Being in the top ten VoIP companies worldwide with revenues that exceed £10 a year, STRYPE leads the way in video conferencing quality. Yesterday, the company's spokesman announced the beta version of the client that will enable people to have video-conferences that will be as realistic as a real meeting.

The new STRYPE will use the new stereo vision camera system (sold separately for £3,999.99) and both conferencing users will have to purchase an HD8 projector with a resolution of 21000*9000 pixels and special 3D glasses to see the stereo-image transmitted. The bandwidth required for the conference will be limited to only 10mbits/sec due to the new ultra high compression algorithms that will keep the bandwidth usage down.

The CSAUSGLC (Cyber-Sex Association of Ugly Straight Gay Lesbian Chatters) spokesman has expressed their concerns about the success of the new STRYPE as the most usage of the videoconferencing feature is currently made by their members who might get reluctant in using the new features.

"If we end up looking as bad as in the real life, we will have no place left to hide!" Said the spokesman.

So far, 99% of STRYPE video-conferencing bandwidth is used for adult chatting and similar activities using low resolution cameras.

BT's spokesman announced that BT will have to upgrade its network from co-axial and twisted copper-wire cables to entirely Optical-Fiber to maintain their 99% clients who get broadband only to watch adult videos and video-chat in STRYPE.

The internet was not able to move on to complete virtual reality for years as broadband was not spread in many places in the western world, now STRYPE will bring the revolution as the users will demand for more and more bandwidth.

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