What VIRTUAL SERIAL PORT DRIVER’s сustomers say
Test multiple apps with Virtual Serial Port Driver
I love using Virtual Serial Port Driver when I need to test multiple application processes with only one COM port. The software is really easy to get the hang of
A good solution for developing applications
I run a small tech company developing applications to help businesses manage shipping options. I needed software that was easy for my customers to use. VSPD by Eltima delivered on both accounts.
Virtual Serial Port Driver for HAM radio
I work a lot with HAM radio applications, and Virtual Serial Port Driver ActiveX makes my projects far easier and saves me a lot of time on testing.
Top VSP software
Use Virtual Serial Port Driver. Period. The time and headaches you save will speak louder than any review. Again: don’t bother with other VSP software- Eltima just does it better
Virtual Serial Port Activex Was The Best Option!
My company was looking for software that would be simple and easy to incorporate into our “Genius” hardware series. It also needed to be compatible with the latest version of Windows OS and reliable- that way our end-users in the telecommunications industry didn’t have to stress out trying to implement our solutions into THEIR workflow.
We had used other devices and software that used Eltima solutions and never had any problems, so it seemed only natural to check out their Virtual Serial Port ActiveX.
We had used other free options before using Eltima, but the experience ended up being very frustrating and complicated for our end-users, so we quickly realized that VSP ActiveX was going to be our best option.
It’s great to have very easy-to-use software that allows our end-users to enjoy the convenience of experiencing HAM radio locations without being bound to a set physical location, regardless of where they are.
Thanks to Eltima’s Virtual Serial Port ActiveX we’re compatible with standard HAM-radio equipment, and we use it throughout multiple software and hardware. It’s made it possible for us to create modern-day devices that are compatible with software and tools that were manufactured DECADES ago.