SPIRIT DSP, the world's top voice and video over IP engines provider, will demonstrate multi-platform 'FaceTime (News - Alert)-like’ HD multipoint video conferencing at Mobile World Congress 2011, being held in Barcelona, Spain from Feb. 14-17.
“To satisfy an enormous demand for quality mobile video conferencing, SPIRIT offers a software platform for ubiquitous multipoint video over IP communications for carriers, OEMs and service providers, enabling them deliver IP videoconferencing to their clients faster, and compete better with Skype, Google (News - Alert) and WebEx," said Slava Borilin, VP of products at SPIRIT, in a statement.
Borilin said that the company is excited to be demonstrating its TeamSpirit Video&Video Conferencing SDK and VideoMost video conferencing software - both of which help telcos and service providers significantly reduce video hardware infrastructure costs (up to 10 times lower) and offer HD quality video conferencing services to millions of users as a branded solution, leveraging the existing IMS infrastructure, improving ROI and providing a clear path to fast introduction of highly profitable services over LTE (News - Alert) networks.
Officials with SPIRIT said that the TeamSpirit Voice&Video Conferencing Engine is a server-client software development kit (SDK) designed with ubiquity of IP communications in mind. The SDK manages seamless compatibility and delivers cross-platform multipoint voice and video over IP conferencing on any PC and mobile devices based on Windows PC, Mac OS, Linux, Android (News - Alert), iOS, Symbian and Windows Phone 7.
According to company officials, VideoMost is a web-based, massively multipoint video conferencing white-label software platform, powered by TeamSpirit Engines.
Company officials said that VideoMost enables service providers to immediately launch their own branded and highly scalable multipoint video conferencing service to their subscribers as a SaaS (News - Alert), and quickly gain new revenue streams.
Back in January Spirit DSP had announced that its TeamSpirit 3.1 Voice and Video Engine is now powering a new version of QIP, a unified Instant Messenger, serving about 20 million users in Russia and other countries.The new version of the IM, called "QIP Infium" allows users to send instant messages and make PC-to-PC and PC-to-mobile IP voice and video calls. QIP Infium is also integrated with social networks, and allows sending SMS.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of his articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Jennifer Russell