Digium adds “wideband” media engine, extended codec support into Asterisk 10 release

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At AstriCon in Denver this week,  Digium (www.digium.com) announced it had added a “wide-band media engine” into the latest release of Asterisk.  The new support is hailed as the biggest upgrade to the software, including support for “an unlimited number” of codecs and support for SILK, 32kHz Speex, and pass-through support for CELT.  Plus […]

Nefsis launches next-gen VoIP audio engine for B2B video conferencing

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Nefsis (www.nefsis.com) has announced its software-based VoIP engine with full-duplex, multiparty audio.  As a part of its HD video conferencing cloud, the enhanced VoIP engine enables multiple participants to speak at the same time and offers improved acoustic echo cancellation support for laptops and better noise cancellation for “superior” audio performance during on-line meetings.

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CES 2011–DSP Group pushes CAT-iq potential, additional HD voice capabilities

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Off the hype-laden floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center, DSP Group (www.dspg.com) was across the street showing off its vision for DECT through CAT-iq and the use of its chips in a multimedia, multi-screen home environment.    However, the company is also quietly rolling in numerous improvements to its voice offerings with more wideband […]

snom adds gigabit to its phone line

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Snom technologies AG (www.snom.com) has launched the snom 821, a new IP phone that incorporates a gigabit Ethernet switch.

The snom 821 is expected to be fully available in the U.S. by the end of the second quarter – which would mean by the end of June.  Like the snom 870 line, the 821 […]

Wideband voices 2009 – 9 people talking about HD Voice that you need to listen to

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Note: ooma and phone.com are sponsors of HD Voice News

While perhaps not on your radar today, these are nine (9) people who are talking about and working with wideband on a regular basis – even if they don’t scream about HD on a daily basis. This list is sorted alphabetically by first name.

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