Singapore-based mobile VoIP vendor REVE Systems is participating in India Telecom 2010: The 5th International Exhibition and Conference, which will be held in New Delhi Dec. 9-11, 2010.
The company is showing its IP-softswitch, billing products and mobile VoIP solutions during the three-day long event. Company officials say this year they’ll exhibit their IP-softswitch iTel Switch Plus and mobile VoIP tools.
ITel Switch Plus has class 4 and class 5 switch features, and is a carrier grade softswitch with an integrated billing platform that, according to company officials, fits “the business needs of all VoIP service providers irrespective of their scale of business.”
Also on display will be tunneling products, billing tools and other products for IP telephony service providers. Rezaul Hassan, CEO of REVE Systems says, “We are excited to participate in India Telecom 2010 as India is one of our potential markets. We believe that the launch of 3G services in India will bring a remarkable change in consumer behavior in terms of data usage and will accelerate the growth in the number of mobile connections. The introduction of 3G will provide the Indian mobile users a better data experience on mobile.”
There will also be a live demonstration of the iTel Mobile VoIP tools during the event. Visitors can register online or meet company officials at stand 1461 in Hall 14 of Pragati Maidan (the exhibition center).
In September, TMC’s (News - Alert) Stefania Viscusi reported that REVE Systems has announced the release of the latest version of iTel Mobile Dialer Express with g.729 codec for Windows Mobile. According to company officials at the time, iTel Mobile Dialer Express is a softphone for making mobile calls using VoIP, aimed at Internet telephony service providers who are looking to offer a complete suite of advanced Mobile VoIP capabilities to their customers.
In addition, this softphone can be branded according to a service provider’s requirement for their specific IP Telephony services.
The latest version of the Mobile VoIP dialer now also includes support for the g.729 codec on Windows Mobile 6.0 operating system and further releases and because of its low bandwidth consumption feature, among all audio codecs, g.729 is widely used in VoIP applications.