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Eyebeam is a discontinued piece of VoIP software developed by Xten Networks. The application was designed for making video calls and instant messaging using the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for telephony over IP networks. Eyebeam offered features such as call hold, transfer, and conferencing with advanced codec support including G.711, G.729a/b, G.722, GSM and iLBC codecs which allowed users to make calls in different network conditions. The software also supported video calling at multiple resolutions on Windows operating systems back when it was still available before being replaced by CounterPath's Bria later on.