, a provider of embedded IP communications software platforms, has announced
the next generation of its mCUE product line. This latest release will help OEMs and service providers to deliver the most advanced communications capabilities for Android (News
The mCUE solution now offers feature upgrades including Skype interoperability, video call/chat, seamless call handover, cross-service conferencing and HD voice. mCUE has also been optimized to enable converged IP communications on new applications including digital TV, IPSTB, networks media player and IP media frame/phone applications.
D2 is offering private demonstrations of mCUE’s new product features at 2010 Mobile World Congress (News
) this week. The company will stage “place shifting,” or seamless call handovers, between Android-based products.
Such products include an IPSTB/HD network media player based on the SMP8654AD processor by Sigma Designs (News
). The IP media frame utilizes the NetLogic Microsystems’ Au1300 processor and the HTC Hero smartphone.
“Consumers are eager to use more devices than mobile handsets that offer the flexibility and feature richness of the Android platform,” said Doug Makishima, chief operating officer at D2 Technologies, in a statement. “Through recent enhancements such as multi-radio, multi-network seamless voice call handover, mCUE offers OEMs and service providers a way to take advantage of cost economies and more quickly get new consumer electronics into the marketplace.”
mCUE solution is designed to be an innovative, patent-pending VoIP and IP communications client that provides users with advanced presence-based and push-to-x control of circuit-switched PSTN/cellular and VoIP calls, video char/call, IM, presence, e-mail, SMS, PBX (News
) and other features that are typically only available on PC-based unified communications soft clients.
The solutions’ presence-based user interface is built on top of a multi-identity, multi-session, multi-protocol engine that allows for flexible interoperability with multiple communications services including enterprise IP PBXs and UC systems, as well as commercial IM and social networking services like GoogleTalk, Yahoo!, MSN, AIM and Skype.
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