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Glossary:Telephony API

Also known as TAPI. An Application Programming Interface (API) from Microsoft and Intel that is part of the Microsoft Windows Open System architecture. It enables Windows client applications to access voice services that are on a server. TAPI is designed to provide interoperability between PCs and telephone equipment, including telephone systems and Private Branch Exchanges (PBXs).


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