Santosh Kumar points to EsQube, the first Indian VoIP Startup is bringing VoIP revolution to India. (Ironic given that government deems VoIP illegal.) Kumar points out this is a company coming out of the Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore. IIS has been doing some serious research in the areas of digital signal processors and telecom. EsQube has launched a piece of software called, VQube, which is like Skype. (Vqube has some useful features & advantages like – ability to work behind NAT & Firewalls, High Quality Voice with Very Low Bit Rates, Instant Messaging with VQube Chat, etc.) VQube is apparently available for download at download.com. I see it, and since it is Windows, I am not going to trial it till monday. The founders claim it works on dial-up, well. I have been hearing about dial-up VoIP. Shit that’s been around since the time Marc Andreessen started showing up on covers of magazines. Dial-Up VoIP is FUD. However, rest of EsQube’s features look interesting. Please post your impressions.