What is Voice Elements
Voice Elements is a software tool that brings telephony to the wider development community of Microsoft .NET. The tool enables .NET developers to develop IVRs, conference bridges, dialers, call centers, gateways or any telephony application. Supporting all .NET languages, such as VB.NET and C#, Voice Elements includes pre-made voice application modules, sample code tutorials, and reporting features such as call monitoring and logging.
The standard Voice Elements toolkit opens up the .NET architecture for telephony. A typical Visual Studio developer can easily learn the Voice Elements classes and create voice applications. Connection to all of the voice resources that a .NET application requires can be accomplished via our built-in SIP stack or our hosted cloud service.
Where to Download Voice Elements
Voice Elements contains both a server application, and client dlls that are used to compile your Voice Application. It is easy to demo Voice Elements Platform for free on your own server.
To download a 30-day trial of the Voice Elements Developer license:
The x86 version of Voice Elements Platform should be used if you are using Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7, Windows 2003 Server, Windows 2008 in 32 bit mode.
The x64 version of Voice Elements Platform should be used if you are using the 64 bit version of Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7, Windows 2008 or Windows 2008 R2.
Installing / Setting up Voice Elements
Voice Elements Client
For an excellent guide on getting started with Voice Elements. Please read our Getting Started Guide.
Voice Elements Server
Setting up the Voice Elements Platform, this Guide describes how to install and configure the Voice Elements Platform.
When you follow the tutorial above, it will set you up to connect to our SIP Service. You will be allowed to place 300 minutes of domestic (US) calls, and 5 minutes of international calls.
You are free to connect to your own SIP carrier during your demo period.
How do I connect to my SIP Carrier, use this tutorial for information on how to configure Voice Elements to work with your SIP Carrier.