By Telecom Lead Team: SPIRIT DSP, a provider of
voice and video over IP engines, will showcase live multi-point, cross platform
mobile HD VVoIP calling at Mobile World Congress 2012.
The company will demonstrate its
TeamSpirit Voice&Video Engine, which is a set of sophisticated
The Voice&Video Engine allows carriers/operators,
application developers and device manufacturers to quickly launch HD-quality,
mobile VVoIP calling applications and services across all popular tablets and
smartphones, including Apple’s iOS clients and dozens of Android handsets.
The Engine is optimized for mobile platforms and designed
for the rapid development of high-quality, multi-platform VVoIP applications.
The TeamSpirit Engine allows developers to create their
own applications and quickly bring new products to market that include the best
IP calling experience possible.
“With 250+ operator, OTT service and solution
provider customers, SPIRIT plays a critical role to ensure the highest quality
communications to millions of mobile users worldwide,” said Alexander
Kravchenko, VP, sales at SPIRIT.
The other to-be showcased solution is VideoMost.com,
which is multi-point, web-based videoconferencing solution, allows service
providers and ISPs to effectively compete against OTT (Over-the-Top) providers
like Skype and Google and provide high-margin services for businesses.
Based on SPIRIT’s engines, VideoMost.com works on
connections from 512 Kbps, providing up to 30 fps HD 720p and supports 1000
simultaneous video channels per server.
Built for corporate usage, VideoMost.com is served-based
managed and secure, unlike others, and easily integrates with corporate
portals, emails and calendars.
Recently, SPIRIT DSP announced an upgrade to its TeamSpirit cross-platform voice and video
engines, a set of sophisticated SDKs for service providers, software
application developers and OEMs/ODMs to launch HD voice and video calling