Wind Currents Communications Adds V2VIP Video Phone to its Business VoIP Service Portfolio
Wind Currents Communications, a provider of business VoIP services, video phones and IP phones has just unveiled the V2VIP video phone and calling plans for small businesses. The new SIP-compliant business VoIP service includes a high-performance video phone which redefines video calling for small-to-medium sized (SMB) businesses and healthcare agency communications in order to beat economic odds, company officials said.
Built on Texas Instrument's powerful DaVinci digital video dual-core chipset, the new business VoIP product delivers affordable and reliable communications over existing network infrastructures, including firewalled environments.
"Eliminate the huge upfront costs and complexities in video telephony,” said Wind Currents CEO John Monahan, in a statement. “V2VIP service is a fully managed desk top video phone solution."
Compared to traditional phone conversations, visual communications are more effective and bring much more positive returns into business communication systems. Company officials say that 60 percent of communications through V2VIP are visual. However, the system requires less resources compared to expensive videoconferencing systems as the V2VIP videophones and service only need as little as 150 Kbps per call.
Additionally, the business VoIP phone system delivers better audio and video transmissions, up to 30 fps. Other prominent features offered as part of this service include worldwide extension-to-extension calling; calls to any US or Canada telephone number; auto-attendant; 7" TFT color LCD; hearing-aid compatibility; and an option to keep existing telephone numbers.
The V2VIP business VoIP service, video phones and IP phones offer smart, affordable investments for single offices. It also provides an affordable upgrade option to companies and healthcare agencies, while simultaneously slashing monthly telephone costs.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein