Below is a top view of the Dolby Voice Conference Phone. The picture literally covered the wall of the BT/Dolby suite. key features to note are the blue “ring” indicating an active conversation/open line and the CD-sized touchscreen at the 6 O’clock position.
The shiny bar at the top of the touchscreen is […]
Orlando, Florida – BT and Dolby are marking their third year at Enterprise Connect promoting BT MeetMe with Dolby Voice conferencing. This time around, Dolby showed off its Voice Conference Phone. The world has changed, and it hasn’t.
Pricing on the beautifully designed Dolby Voice Conference Phone wasn’t announced, but would be “comparable” to […]
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As one of it’s “WR’s Dozen: 12 Predictions for 2012,” Wainhouse Research (www.wainhouse.com) there will be increased demand for better “sound” in the conferencing experience.
“We’ll see increased demand for better sound in the conferencing experience, as end users finally realize that the image —whether it’s […]
Broadvox (www.broadvox.com) becomes the latest public licensee of TurboBridge’s (www.turbobridge.com) HD voice conferencing system.
TurboBridge, started up in 2010, previously announced relationships with Aastra and SimpleSignal, with other companies having quietly white-labeled the service. The audio conferencing service supports G.722 and boasts a patent-pending “TurboSound Enhancement Technology” to adjust and balance sound.
Sonus Networks (www.sonusnetworks.com) has released a software update adding support for “key” HD voice codecs for its media gateway, network border switch, and PSX products. One “of the top five mobile operators” in Europe is reportedly trialing Sonus’s new software to support an HD voice service for its mobile customers.
The latest release adds […]
SimpleSignal (www.simplesignal.com) and TurboBridge (www.turbobridge.com) have officially announced their partnership on HD voice conferencing. The service supports the G.722 codec.
Wayy back in March, SimpleSignal announced a HD voice conferencing bridge service. Several sources indicated that SimpleSignal had white labeled the TurboBridge HD voice service back then, so the two companies are now publicly […]
UK wholesale VoIP service provider Simwood (www.simwood.com) has announced support for HD voice and a partnership with ZipDX.
In an email to customers, Simwood said it is offering HD voice support on a “request basis” for all of its numbers. It will offer HD codecs – G.722, AMR-WB, and G.711.1 are cited in the […]
Verizon Business (www.verizonbusiness.com) introduction of VoIP Enterprise Routing – VIPER, not to be confused with Cisco’s VIPR – means no-toll domestic or international per-minute charges when calls are made between two Verizon VoIP customers in either the U.S. or Europe who are signed up for the feature. Yes, it’s an all-SIP, no PSTN service […]
Phone.com (www.phone.com) is turning on a HD voice audio conferencing bridge for its business customers, with services provided by the very-busy TurboBridge (www.turbobridge.com).
Phone.com customers can get their own dedicated conference access number as well as speed dial access from their PHone.com Virtual Office phones to their own dedicated conference bridge. Initially, TurboBridge […]