Voice and video IP communications solutions provider Global IP Solutions
(GIPS) announced today that it has signed agreements with VoIP technology companies Xener Systems Inc. and CommuniGate Systems (News
According to the company, both agreements include platform fees, professional service fees and royalties.
Seoul, South Korea-based Xener Systems (News
), Inc. builds IP-based service platforms and service solutions for voice and data communication service providers, wireline and wireless carriers, resale carriers, Internet service providers and enterprises. It offers softswitch, gatekeeper, media gateway controller, trunk gateway, signaling gateway and protocol stacks in the areas of call control, media transport systems, and service and application systems. It also provides system integration and network design consulting services.
California-based CommuniGate Systems offers software and services to mobile and broadband network operators for Unified Communications (News
) SaaS delivery solutions. Its Unified Communications technology can be readily mixed with media and entertainment applications for portals, social networks, enterprises and mobile communities. It also offers a unique Flash-based client framework, Pronto!, bringing together all forms of communication and breaking the leash to the desktop with Web 2.0 mobility.
San Francisco, California-based Global IP Solutions
(GIPS) offers voice and video processing solutions which are used by application developers, service providers and network equipment vendors. Its customer list includes Nortel, Oracle (News
), Samsung, WebEx, Yahoo!, AOL and other major players in the VoIP market.
GIPS made news on TMCnet earlier this month when it announced
that it had signed an agreement with Netherlands-based Nimbuzz
Nimbuzz, which was officially launched last year, is a mobile social messenger that combines instant messaging, presence, and VoIP across communities such as Skype (News
), MSN, Yahoo! Messenger, ICQ, GoogleTalk, AIM, and social networks like Facebook and MySpace.
Nimbuzz said it is aiming to become the largest global communications platform for seamless IP-based communication among mobile devices and social media platforms. The social messenger is available on mobiles, PCs and the Web, and one can instant message, share location, share a file, group call or enter chat rooms with the offering.
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Edited by Patrick Barnard