The TeamSpirit Voice&Video Engine Mobile from SPIRIT DSP, which describes itself as “the world’s top voice and video over IP engines provider,” supports the recently released version of the Rich Communication Suite-enhanced (RCS-e 5.0) specification, which now includes the IMS-based definitions for mVVoIP (Mobile Voice and Video over IP) calling and conferencing.
RCS-e is a GSMA-driven standard for carriers’ IP services that aims to provide fully interoperable and standards-based rich functionality to end users, such as IM, presence, sharing and voice and video calls. The RCS-e spec will allow telecom operators to compete with alternative over-the-top mobile service providers by giving them feature-rich, standards-based mobile apps available across a wide set of handsets and mobile networks.
TeamSpirit Voice&Video Engine Mobile is a digital-signal and network-processing SDK designed for the development of mVVoIP applications. TeamSpirit features modules to compensate for such traditional IP network impairments as echo, latency, jitter, congestion and packet loss. The Engine also is compatible with standard SIP, IMS and VoLTE specs.
According to SPIRIT’s Product Marketing Director Alexander Samarin, "Additionally, with TeamSpirit’s powerful OTT-focused optimization, a service provider can run RCS-e-based mVVoIP calling services not only over VoIP-optimized access networks, but over any generic (WiFi/3G/4G) data connection, bringing FaceTime quality, Skype ubiquity and carrier-grade reliability to the RCS-e ecosystem." ??
The TeamSpirit Voice&Video Conferencing Engine is an additional server-side module, based on scalable voice and scalable video technology that enables high-density (1000 video channels per $4K server) multipoint conferencing. ?
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