Movial ports Communicator to Android and iPhone; aims at tablet

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Movial (www.movial.com) has announced it has put its Communicator application onto Android and iPhone.  Further, it is working with “several operators” to launch Android and iPhone VoIP apps and enabling video calling on Android tablets.

The SIP/IMS application for operators provides HD voice, HD video calling, enhanced address book and messaging across a variety […]

D2 acquires Android set top box shop Webia

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D2 Technologies (www.d2tech.com) has done an all-stock deal to acquire Taipei, Taiwan-based Webia Technologies.

Webia was one of the first software vendors to roll out Google Android set top box media players and first rolled out the first Android TV solution in 2010.  The acquisition gives D2 more depth in embedded multimedia communication […]

CES2011-D2 Technologies does HD video/voice on Freescale/Android reference design

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D2 Technologies (www.d2tech.com) continues to proliferate its mCUE communications client across Android-based devices.   It’s latest announced deal puts mCUE onboard the Freescale i.MX53 multimedia applications processor.

The Freescale i.MX535 processor is yet-another-one-of-those ARM-based processors floating around today.  The i.MX535 supports 1080p video playback and can show up in a variety of Android-based devices including […]

CES 2011–Ooma adds mobile HD voice client for Android, iPhone

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Las Vegas – Ooma (www.ooma.com) is now offering a mobile HD voice soft client to its Android and iPhone/iPad/iPod customers.

The Ooma Mobile HD app leverages a while-label version of the MailVision (AudioCodes) software client to use the Ooma service to make domestic and international calls from Android or Apple iOS devices over […]

D2 adds full IP video calling to Android mCUE software stack

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Last week in Japan, D2 Technologies (www.d2tech.com) announced that its mCUE converged communications software for the Android got a whole bunch of features, including the addition of IP video to its already robust HD voice and VoIP support.

Now available for new Android devices such as “tablets, HD media players, IP media phones, connected […]

CSR launches yet another Bluetooth and HD voice chipset–this time with Wi-Fi Direct

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CSR (www.csr.com) has announced the CSR9100, a “connectivity platform” that supports Wi-Fi Direct as well as Bluetooth and HD voice.

Wi-Fi Direct, a standard created by the Wi-Fi Alliance, enables two modes of operation for phones and other devices.  You can get a mobile hot-spot function to share a 3G or 4G broadband connection […]

Cloud Telecomputers to ship Android-based HD voice desktop phones by end of year

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Cloud Telecomputers (www.cloudtelecomputers.com) was showing off real-live hardware of its HD voice-doing, Android-using desktop phone at Metaswitch Forum last week. It expects to ship an initial allotment of hardware to a customer by the end of the year and has 40 or so phones (if memory serves, was late in the day) already in […]

Metaswitch Forum – CounterPath shows off Android client

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Orlando, FL – CounterPath (www.counterpath.com) is providing a “sneak peak” of its Bria Android beta edition at Metaswitch Forum this week.

CounterPath’s Bria softphone client is being as the market’s “first commercial-grade Android VoIP application” and will illustrate how CounterPath can work with “companies like” Metaswitch to increase value in FMC offerings by […]

AudioCodes adds mobile HD voice client support for Blackberry, Android

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AudioCodes (www.audiocodes.com) has rounded out its VMAS family of mobile VoIP solutions to include Blackberry and Android clients. VMAS now covers all “leading mobile operating systems” including Symbian, Windows Mobile, Apple iOS, Blackberry and Android, as well as existing solutions for the PC and web.

VMAS is a complete mobile VoIP/ SoIP (SMS over […]

Cisco Cius Android Tablet supports HD Voice

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Last week, Cisco (www.cisco.com) threw a curve ball into the enterprise space, announcing an Android-based tablet focused on high-quality video conferencing.  The “Cius” (See Us) hardware support HD voice both in the tablet form and via the optional docking station that supports HD voice, making it the latest and greatest in recent video announcements […]