Coming out of Mobile World Congress 2012, it is clear many mobile handset manufacturers haven’t “gotten it” when it comes to HD voice. In addition, too many vendors – wireless and wireline – can’t be bothered to put together a simple data sheet listening codecs.
ZTE stood out among the many companies releasing […]
Two recent announcements illustrate why HD audio is a really vague, non-descriptive (i.e. Poor, sucky) term as it applies to HD voice and HD telephony.
VTech Communications recently released a new analog/RJ-11 phone or two that uses “HD Audio Profiles” to clean up sound. But it’s not HD voice or CAT-iq.
When I asked […]
Las Vegas – ShoreTel (www.shoretel.com) has announced that the latest release of its phone, er UC software now supports HD audio conferencing. The bigger question is how many HD voice codecs the software/hardware IP PBX system actually supports.
A conversation on the Interop show floor with a sales engineer lead to a setup screen […]
Aastra (www.aastrausa.com) and TurboBridge (www.turbobridge.com) have announced a bundling/trial deal for Aastra SIP phones. Look for smiles from both parties.
The two are offering a 60 day free trial of the TurboBridge “HD audio” conferencing service to Aastra SIP phone customers, carriers, and resellers. Aastra supports G.722 via its Hi-Q audio technology and G.722 […]