Las Vegas, Nevada – Upstart over-the-top/SIM player Truphone is bringing the Opus wideband codec to its clients and network.
Ed Guy said the codec is already within its Apple iPhone client, but not yet turned on for client-to-client calling within its network. Support for Opus is also being added to the company’s other […]
A tweet using the #HDvoice hashtag says soft client maker CounterPath will support Opus across its entire line of softphones “in just weeks.”
The move shouldn’t be that surprising, since the CounterPath Bria clients are able to support multiple codecs already. Opus would be a drop-in/upgrade to existing software.
CounterPath’s line of VoIP/UC […]
Over-the-top provider Line2 (www.line2.com) has officially rolled in the Opus codec into the latest version of its Apple iOS communications app. Line2 is incorporating the IETF certified codec into all of its future apps for 2013 release.
The announcement came in an October 18, 2012 blog post. Line2 version 9.0 for the iPhone, […]
Desktop hardware manufacturer Invoxia and over-the-top service provider Line2 are currently testing new HD voice codecs for their respective products.
Via an email exchange, Invoxia says it is currently testing AMR-WB in its lab and the de facto mobile standard will be supported “in the next firmware upgrade” in two or three weeks. […]
Brother joins the line of hardware-adding-services companies, but instead of a label-maker, the company now has the OmniJoin web and video conferencing service for desktops. A spokesperson for the company says the service uses the Opus codec for both voice and video transmissions.
OmniJoin Online Meetings web conferencing, yet another cloud service (YACS), […]