Software I just installed: Qnext

March 31, 2006 at 4:38 pm 2 comments

Qnext is a cool application that connects you to people in just about every way imaginable! It's got text, audio, and video chat (it supports AIM, MSN, Yahoo!, and ICQ too), but also music streaming, picture sharing, file transfer, multiplayer games like chess and go, and even remote computer access! I've just started playing with it, so I'll try to follow up with a real review soon. So far, it's great! It's a big download (about 30 mb I think) and people have reported it using a large amount of resources, but I haven't had any trouble so far, and I'm on a Fujitsu T3010D tablet with 512mb of ram and a 1.4GHz Pentium M which occasionally freezes up under Firefox, so it's working beautifully as far as I'm concerned ;-). The only trouble I've had so far is with being unable to remotely connect to my computer from my computer, but I'm sure I'll figure that out soon enough. Let me know what you think of it if you try it out!


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  • 1. nathan  |  May 29, 2008 at 3:15 pm

    Qnext Releases Unified Communication and Sharing Suite for Business and Consumers
    Communicate, Broadcast and Share Digital Media for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

    Toronto, Canada, May 14, 2008 – Qnext today released the world’s most advanced communication program that seamlessly combines communication, broadcasting, and digital media sharing into one easy-to-use application. Qnext addresses the needs of millions of consumers and business users that want to consolidate their contacts, instantly and securely communicate and share digital content with anyone in real-time without the need to install a multiplicity of programs.

    Qnext’s advanced communication capabilities include 8-way VoIP, 4-way video conferencing and a multi-protocol instant messenger that supports Yahoo!, AIM, ICQ, Jabber, Google Talk, IRC, and MSN, drag and drop file transfer of any size, remote PC access and shared applications.

    In addition to Qnext communication functionalities, Qnext includes services that facilitate instant sharing of an unlimited number of files, documents, presentations, videos, photos, and music streaming to anyone – even if the recipient does not have Qnext installed.

    “Our objective is to provide consumers and business users with real-time communication, broadcasting, media sharing functionalities across multiple platforms, PC’s, mobile and wireless devices anytime, anywhere” said Oren Asher, CEO of Qnext Corp. “No matter where you are you should have real-time access (with permission) to all of your or anyone else’s digital content, receive and send messages, and reach your contacts no matter what device they are using – to be truly connected”

    Qnext uses Java, services-delivery architecture, and hybrid P2P and Peer2Web (web 2.0) technologies within a development environment that enables third party developers to create new services and customize the user interface and functionality at any level. All communication and media travels directly between users, which translates to fast, secure, and high quality services at virtually no costs to the user.

    Qnext is now available as a FREE download from for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Other configurations include a private label or co-branded version for OEM’s, social networks and online portals, and a closed private network version for organizations. A version of Qnext for mobile and other services that specifically address certain segments of the business market will be available in Q4, 2008.

    About Qnext Corp.
    Qnext Corp. is a global software company focused on the development of unified communication, broadcasting and sharing technologies for consumers and the business market. Qnext solutions enable users to manage online relationships, communicate, and share rich content efficiently and securely from any PC with anyone using the internet or wireless networks. The company’s communication and sharing suite includes innovative services such as 8-way VoIP, 4-way video conferencing, multi-protocol instant messaging, file and photo sharing, music streaming, drag and drop file transfers, and remote PC access. Qnext uses Java, services-delivery architecture, hybrid P2P, Peer2Web (web2.0) technologies and a developmental environment that enables a broad array of third party developers, OEMs, organizations, digital entertainment providers, and social networking sites to develop new services. Qnext is available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

    Media Contact: Nathan Potechin
    1 (647) 403-1880

  • 2. Billy Staton  |  January 4, 2010 at 2:30 pm

    Qnext Qnext is a secure P2P communications suite that currently offers Universal Instant Messaging (Qnext, MSN, AIM, Yahoo, ICQ), Video Conferencing, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), File Transfer, File Sharing, Group Text Chat, Online Game, Advanced Photo Sharing, and Remote PC Access.
    Qnext is far more then just another P2P Instant Messaging client. Qnext offers exciting services in one suite without the need for multiple applications, using the company’s patent-pending technologies. It allows for secure P2P communication, delivery of services and management of online relationships.
    Qnext uses a unique concept for managing shared content and services called Zones. These are private, shared environments where Qnext users host and share online services and content. When a user opens a Qnext Zone, they connect directly using a secure protocol and are able to share services and content, without any limitations on file size.
    Qnext uses high level security that includes 512-bit user authentication and 192-bit encryption on all P2P data communications. Qnext is currently available for Windows and Linux. The product is spyware free.
    Downloading and using Qnext is completely free for all users.


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