Mobile Unified Communications Report: D2 Technologies Intros Next Generation of mCUE Product Line
D2 is offering private demonstrations of mCUE’s new product features at 2010 Mobile World Congress (News - Alert) 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 - Alert). The IP media frame utilizes the NetLogic Microsystems’ Au1300 processor and the HTC Hero smartphone.
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 - Alert) 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.
To catch up on other D2 Technology news, read Tom Keating’s (News - Alert) blog.
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Edited by Marisa Torrieri