Next generation VoIP technology for multiparty IP conferencing launched by WiredRed
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WiredRed, a provider of enterprise-scale real-time communication software announced on Thursday (15 September) that it has launched its next generation software engine for PC desktop multipoint VoIP.
According to the company, the new next generation VoIP application-programming interface (API) is able to deliver the point-to-point communications available in consumer services, such as Skype, to commercial vendors.
The API interface offers scalable multipoint capabilities, security, and the ability to connect corporate and government users that are behind their own firewalls. In addition it also includes options for data collaboration and multipoint video.
The new audio components of the interface include features such as microphone set-up wizards, a suite of VoIP codec’s, adaptive noise cancellation (ANC), acoustic echo cancellation (AEC) and voice activity detection (VAD), the company said. In addition the coder/decoder (codec) suite includes G.726, G.711 and a library of additional industry standard and proprietary codec’s.
No pricing information was available.
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