AudioCodes Looks to HD VoIP

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AudioCodes Looks to HD VoIP

AudioCodes is getting into the HD VoIP business.


The company today announced VoIPerfectHD, its High Definition Voice over IP technology, which is designed to deliver higher voice clarity, better intelligibility and richer sound, and an improved user experience by doubling the audible voice spectrum.


AudioCodes plans to embed HD VoIP across its product portfolio throughout 2009.


According to the release announcing the move into HD VoIP:


The introduction of HD VoIP extends AudioCodes reach to both enterprises and service providers, allowing entry into new market segments which will benefit from enhanced clarity and better speech intelligibility. Among key segments expected to benefit from this new introduction are banks, government, military, health, telemedicine and education.


AudioCodes' HD VoIP is designed to enable enterprises to improve worker collaboration resulting in higher productivity and enhanced customer service quality. Service providers are expected to benefit from differentiating their VoIP offering and services by increasing call length and having a higher Average Revenue per User (ARPU). In addition, application providers and ISVs are capable of effortlessly enhancing their solutions in order to meet stringent voice quality standards.


AudioCodes' current and planned HD VoIP Enabled products consist of the IPmedia 3000 Media Server, Mediant 3000 Media Gateway, Mediant 1000 MSBG and the Mediant family of Microsoft certified basic Hybrid Gateways.


And, they're not stopping there. Plans call for the introduction of HD VoIP on a wider variety of products in the coming year.


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