After a relatively short and uneventful beta period, the new Diva SDK 5.0 has been released as an official product. If you're interested in programming VoIP/FoIP/SIP apps using .NET, then you can find the new SDK here.

The initial release is Windows-only, although the Linux version is in the works. Existing Diva applications should be pretty simple to port on to HMP, and in fact the abstraction is using a new DLL below the existing SDK DLL, which means that most apps will work without even recompiling for SDK 5. Users of SoftIP should find that HMP has superior functionality (and scalability). We're also hoping that .NET developers who had difficulty using the existing APIs for HMP (which are designed for C and C++) will find the Diva SDK and easier tool to get developing with.