Sunday, July 9, 2006

Global IP Sound Offers Mobile VoIP Voice Processing

Global IP Sound (GIPS) has expanded its embedded voice-processing solution to include support for mobile VoIP applications developed for wireless devices based on Enea's OSE real-time operating system.

GIPS VoiceEngine Mobile for OSE incorporates GIPS Voice Quality Enhancement, including acoustic echo suppression and noise suppression, to maximize the quality of VoIP conversations. It also includes GIPS NetEQ, which is an advanced jitter buffering and packet loss concealment module that dramatically improves sound quality and minimizes latency in IP telephony systems. Other features including push-to-talk and call waiting are supported by GIPS VoiceEngine Mobile.

According to Enea, OSE is deployed in more than 100 million mobile devices. The company also estimates that OSE is used in half of the world's 3G phones and in at least half of the nodes of the 3G Radio Access Networks (RANs). Leading device manufacturers including SonyEricsson, Nokia, Motorola and Samsung have deployed OSE in their products.

  • Global IP Sound, which is based in Stockholm, also supplies its voice quality software to Skype, Yahoo, Microsoft, Ericsson, Nortel, WebEx, Texas Instruments, LongBoard, Inter-tel, PMC-Sierra and others.

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