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Location Skype is headquartered in Luxembourg with offices in Europe, Asia and the United States. Company History Skype was founded in 2003 and acquired by eBay (NASDAQ: EBAY) on October 14, 2005. There are currently 100 million Skype users worldwide. Alex Kazim - Senior Vice President, Products Geoffrey S. Prentice - Vice President, Strategic Partners and Corporate Development Eric Salvatierra - Chief Financial Officer Henry Gomez - General manager, US James Bilefield - General Manager, Europe Janus Friis - Co-founder Michael Jackson - Director of Operations, Director of Telecom Niklas Zennström - CEO and Co-founder Ott Kaukver - Director of Engineering Rajiv Dutta - President Saul Klein - Vice President, Marketing Stefan Oberg - Director of Product Management Sten Tamkivi - Head of Operations, General Manager, Estonia Partners Cable & Wireless Creative HP Hutchison 3 Intel Kodak Level 3 Products Linksys Logitech Motorola Netgear Panasonic Philips Plantronics Polycom RadioShack Salesforce.com Siemens SONY Warner Music Group

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Skype is a little piece of software that lets you make free calls to people all over the world. Skype delivers on the promise of modern global communications by giving its users extensive voice and video calling features, some of which are unavailable on traditional telephones, as well as instant messaging and file sending features. You can also take advantage of other features that include SkypeOut (call from Skype to traditional landlines or mobiles), SkypeIn (a phone number your friends can call, you answer in Skype) and Skype Voicemail (takes your calls when you are busy or offline). These are not free, but pretty cheap. Available for download from skype.com.

Corporate overview

Skype is the world's fastest-growing Internet communication offering, allowing people everywhere to make unlimited voice and video communication for free between the users of Skype software. Skype is available in 27 languages and is used in almost every country around the world. Skype generates revenue through its premium offerings such as making and receiving calls to and from landline and mobile phones, voicemail, call forwarding and personalization including ringtones and avatars. Skype also has relationships with a growing network of hardware and software providers. To learn more visit skype.com.

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