DSP Group’s CAT-iq chipset can be found in Turkcell SuperOnLine’s latest service offering in Turkey. The Huawei HG253 Fiber home gateway and Swissvoice IH250 handset combine in the offering both use DSP Group silicon.
HD voice and VoIP services provided by the Huawei HG253 home fiber gateway, including CAT-iq 2.0, use DSP Group’s XceedR [...]
French high-tech group Sagemcom has introduced three new CAT-iq 2.0 phones in conjunction with the DECT Forum event in Barcelona this week.
The D47, 57, and D68 all offer the full suite of CAT-iq 2.0 services, including HD voice over a wireless DECT connection, directory sharing between phones, and multiline support.
Pricing for [...]
DSP Group announced its XceedR CAT-iq 2.0 platform is being used in Ooma’s Telo gateway, HD2 handset, and Linx adapter.
Telo is Ooma’s voice and services gateway. The (relatively) new HD2 handset has a color display to support picture caller ID, as well as HD voice support and the usual set of features of [...]
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) has approved four new standards to cover requirements for analog HD phones to connect to ATAs, MTAs or voice gateways to provide HD voice services via IP.
TIA’s Engineering Committee on Analog and Digital Wireless Terminals (Hmm,there’s an anarchic phrase) TR-41.3 has issued a “call for interest” for the [...]
Over-the-top provider Ooma has announced two “new” accessories, but one of them was initially announced back in January 2012 with a shipping date of March 2012.
Originally announced at CES 2012 with listed availability date of March 2012, the Ooma HD2 Handset is a wireless DECT handset supporting G.722 with a two-inch color [...]
IT EXPO West 2012, Austin, TX – This week RCA (Actually Telefield licensing the RCA name) is showcasing its now-shipping Android desktop handset while Grandstream Networks announced its own model. How far behind are Avaya, Digium, Polycom and snom?
Telefield is exhibiting its phone at both Metaswitch Forum and IT EXPO West. Announced over [...]
Siemens Enterprise Communication has released study data showing that people can tell the difference between “standard” quality and HD voice (Well, Siemens Enterprise Communications’ AudioPresence HD – which is G.722 HD voice by any other name) and prefer HD over standard IP telephony quality. The study joins others by Ericsson, Polycom and several more [...]
RCA has announced a trio of VoIP handsets for the SMB market, including a high-end Android touchscreen desktop phone.
The “flagship” RCA 1P150 desk phone can manage up to six phone lines and features a 7 inch touchscreen display, with a retail price of $449. The “tablet phone” also includes phonebook syncing with [...]
DSP Group (www.dspg.com) announced its XcitR chipset is inside Swisscom’s latest CAT-iq 2.0 basestation,
The Swissvoice IB 200 is the first VoIP base station to be certified by the DECT Forum, according to DSP group, and includes support for HD voice. The IB 200 basestation will complement Swissvoice’s previously CAT-iq 2.0 certified IH 250 [...]
Seeking to make friends among the MSOs, snom (www.snom.com) is showing off its business phones for IP voice and Lync hosted solutions.
Making its first appearance here, the company is featuring (at booth 1321) its snom UC edition “qualified for Microsoft Lync” phones, including the 300 UC, 370 UC, 821 UC and Lync “optimized” [...]