TurboBridge licenses HD voice conferencing solution to Broadvox

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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.

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Simple Signal, TurboBridge come out on HD voice conferencing

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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 […]

WYDE Voice beefs up international sales

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WYDE Voice is a sponsor of HD Voice News

On the eve of Mobile World Congress, HD voice conferencing solution provider WYDE Voice announced that it has expanded its international sales presence.  The company has added new offices in North America, Asia and Europe and announced new division leaders.

Needless to say, with the […]

CES 2010 - ZipDX announces real-time transcription to conferencing service

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HD Voice Summit at 2010 CES, Las Vegas – ZipDX (www.zipdx.com) announced it has added integrated real-time transcription to its conference call services.

The company offers two service levels using PhoneTag services from Ditech Networks.  ZipDX Scribe users professional transcriptionists and “typically results” in 95 percent accuracy with a transcription delay of less than […]

Wyde Voice announces HD SoftBridge at HD Communications Summit

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At the HD Communications Summit, Wyde Voice announced HD SoftBridge, its HD audio and web conferencing bridge technology in software form.  The new tech eliminates the need for DSP cards so audio conference providers can use off-the-shelf hardware to setup conferencing bridges that scale from 2 to 10,000 concurrent user ports with multiple cards/blades.

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