Global IP Solutions, a company that provides IP-based voice and video communication for mobile platforms, has now brought its solutions to power Web 2.0.
The company announced Monday that CommuniGate Systems (CGS), a carrier-class mobile unified communications (UC) provider, has embedded GIPS VoiceEngine to power voice communications in its Pronto client UC framework.
CGS provides software and services to mobile and broadband network operators for unified communication SaaS delivery solutions. Today, CGS's Pronto has been implemented in more than 12,000 operators with more than 130 million subscribers worldwide. The company's strategic partners include Intel, Hewlett-Packard, Adobe Systems, Sun Microsystems, and Acatel Lucent.
CommuniGate Pronto is a Web 2.0 client that unifies all forms of communications. Pronto 2.2 allows carriers to build modular services such as delivering VideoMail, IPTV, or video on demand to subscribers while offering full-featured mobile unified communications. The solution also powers e-mail, VoIP, instant messaging, rich media with HD audio and video, and over-the-air synchronization capability to the AirSync-enbabled smartphones.
GIPS VoiceEngine is a complete solution that goes beyond the codecs and is designed to handle all necessary voice processing for IP networks including jitter buffer and echo cancellation, while also providing superior voice quality even under the most adverse network conditions.
This collaboration between GIPS and CGS means that millions of Pronto users can now enjoy high-quality voice communication.