D2 Technologies Showcases mCUE at Mobile World Congress
D2 Technologies, provider of embedded IP communications software platforms and mobile unified communications, spends a good portion of its free time traveling to the most highly anticipated communication conferences of the year. Doug Makishima (News - Alert), COO and VP of mobile communications at D2, most recently showed his support exhibiting and participating on panel discussions at ITEXPO earlier this month in Miami. But this week, Makishima is dedicating his presence to the biggest mobile conference of the year, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. ,
Along with its application for Android (News - Alert) mobile handsets, the improved mCUE reference designs support 4G IMS, SIP and popular social networks for a wide range of Android devices including smartphones, tablets, IP media phones and connected TVs/STBs. The mCUE enables service providers, OEMs and ODMs to quickly and economically meet the demand of today’s converged communications through its platform. The newly enhanced platform provides optimized embedded media engine for VoIP and IP video calling, multi-IM chat support, wideband CODECs for high definition voice and native support for Skype (News - Alert) IM, voice and video calls.
Some key features of the updated mCUE include a customizable converged communications user interface, an embedded, hardware-platform optimized with voice and video media engine and carrier grade quality and interoperability. D2’s innovative mCUE converged communications client for Android provides users with unified access to all IP-based and legacy circuit-switched communications modes including VoIP calls, IP video chat and call, IM, presence, SMS, PBX (News - Alert), PSTN and cellular calls.
For more information on D2 Technologies mCUE converged communications solutions, and the company’s participation at the conference, visit D2 at GSMA Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) 2011 in Barcelona February 14-17.
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Edited by Stefanie Mosca