Sometime in the next three days, a SPIRIT DSP spokesperson will stand amidst 60,000 spectators at the Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) in Barcelona, Spain, and demonstrate why the company’s multi-point, cross platform mobile HD VVoIP (Voice and Video Over IP) is going to spark a revolution in high-quality VVoIP mobile applications. And he or she is going to do this is in the most effective manner — by placing a live call which will demonstrate to the audience the resilient, highly adaptable, error proof video conference calls in HD quality that clients can engage in from their iPhones and various other-brands of smartphones and tablets. This is no Skype-chat with mom.
SPIRIT DSP is a leading authority of VVoIP, so many mobile application providers are enthusiastic about SPIRIT’s contribution to their community. Already, Huawei (News - Alert) Technologies has picked up on SPIRIT DSP’s newest solutions to VVoIP mobility, as has popular VoIP provider, Viber. Since the start of the Mobile World Conference, it is likely that many businesses will seek the assistance of the telephony innovators, and LG U+'s U+070 mobile application is an example of a Mobile World partnership, as it is the product of a collaboration between LG U+ and TeamSpirit VVoIP that was launched in time for the event. This mobile application is currently available on Androids, but will be picked up by Apple’s (News - Alert) iOS system before long – perhaps even before this article is published.
SPIRIT’S innovative video conference software is called VideoMost.com. Globally renowned media specialist, TMC was one of the first companies to recognize the value of VideoMost.com and presented SPIRIT DSP with the prestigious Internet Telephony (News - Alert) Product of the Year Award in 2011.
Below is the detailed description of the software as provided to the press:
“TeamSpirit® Voice and Video Engine Mobile is an SDK that enables HD-quality voice and video communication on a broad range of mobile devices. It handles all network specific impairments to secure high quality voice and video over WiFi, LTE/WiMAX and 3G/4G networks. TeamSpirit® Engine can run even on a regular 200MHz ARM (News - Alert) processor.”
Edited by Rich Steeves