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Google Building Skype-like App in the Browser

Look out out Skype, Google Chrome is looking to add voice & video capabilities to the Google Chrome browser. Shortly after releasing WebRTC audio and video chat software as open-source, Google has begun to integrate WebRTC into Google Chrome. They're...

Google Buys Global IP Sound

Google has an offer to buy Global IP Solutions, for $68.2 million. Global IP Solutions (GIPS) was the company that powered Skype's adaptive codec to handle packet loss, jitter, etc. until Skype decided to develop their own codec. Google Talk...

New Blackfin BF51x Processor Launches

Analog Devices unveiled the new Blackfin BF51x series, the newest members of their convergent-processor family. Blackfin processors are very popular when building Asterisk-based appliances, including the Digium Asterisk Appliance AA50 and Astfin. The Blackfin convergent-processor architecture offers reduced cost, power...

Mobile VoIP Challenges

Today, Global IP Solutions (GIPS) announced the public availability of a whitepaper that highlights the challenges and opportunities critical for high quality when implementing mobile VoIP, called "Implementing VoIP for iPhones and Smartphones."The paper can be found at http://gipscorp.com/products/gips_in_action.php, and...

Global IP Solutions Launches Video Calling for Windows Mobile Phones

Today, Global IP Solutions launched peer-to-peer video calling and multi-point video conferencing capabilities on Windows Mobile-based phones called GIPS VideoEngine Mobile. As part of this release, it only runs on specific Windows Mobile models, however, future plans for Symbian phones...

GIPS Lands 51.com

After some recent bad news, including their competitor Spirit DSP landing China's Huawei Technologies, GIPS has landed a heavyweight to license their technology. Today, Global IP Solutions (GIPS), was been selected by '51.com' to power its instant messaging with voice...

Spirit DSP Lands Huawei Technologies

TMCNet is reporting that Spirit DSP has landed China-based networking giant Huawei Technologies. Huawei will license SPIRIT's TeamSpirit 3.0 Voice Engine PC which enhanced the voice quality for VoIP calls. Alex Kravchenko, VP Sales & Marketing at SPIRIT DSP, said...

GIPS REX Softphone

Global IP Solutions (GIPS), today announced the release of its new VoIP softphone called REX. REX features multi-party instant messaging, advanced presence capabilities, voicemail and a comprehensible user-interface. GIPS is well-known as one of the leading codecs that is licensed...

GIPS Click-to-Talk Lite released

Global IP Solutions (GIPS), today announced its Click-to-Talk web-based VoIP solution, Click-to-Talk Lite, is available free to download on their GIPS developer community website. Like all click-to-talk solutions, you simply click on an icon, banner, web link, etc. and then...

Gary Hermansen leaves Global IP Sound

Gary Hermansen, CEO of Global IP Sound (GIPS), has left the organization. Jon Arnold told me the news at the IT Expo Bloggers Dinner last night while we were discussing GIPS. I mentioned to Jon how I had a fairly heated...

Office Communications Server 2007 Public Beta Launches

Recently I stated that Microsoft would launch the public beta of Office Communications Server 2007 later this month. Well, Microsoft gave me a heads up on the launching of their public beta of Office Communications Server 2007 which is available...

Global IP Sound releases new iSAC 2.0 codec

Global IP Sound (GIPS) today announced the availability of version 2.0 of its iSAC codec.  iSAC 2.0 is now optimized for use in hardware devices. This solution allows the makers of IP phones, gateways and chipsets to deliver products that...

3G video PDA phone with Skype

Previously, I had wondered about Skype CEO Niklas Zennstrom's statement announcing a partnership with Spirit DSP meant and how it would affect Global IP Sound. Previously I pondered, "Did this mean Skype was choosing a new voice engine?" After some...

Vonage V-Phone Review

Vonage sent me one of their Vonage V-Phone USB devices to review. As you probably recall, I wasn't very keen on the V-Phone, but I decided to go ahead and test the V-Phone anyway. The concept of the V-Phone...

Skype Drops Bombshell on GIPS?

Skype's CEO announced a partnership with SPIRIT DSP, competitors to Global IP Sound (GIPS) to use Spirit DSP's TeamSpirit core voice technology. Skype is abandoning GIPS? Wow! Or is Skype simply going to support both voice engines, which seems unlikely,...

RTX LAN Cordless DUALphone supports GIPS

The Skype-compatible RTX LAN Cordless DUALphone, which I recently reviewed, has announced support for the Global IP Sound (GIPS) NetEQ technology embedded into their wireless Internet DECT phone. GIPS NetEQ is an advanced jitter buffer and packet loss concealment module...

Global IP Sound launches Developer Community and free download of their API

The GIPS Developer Community was launched today by Global IP Sound to enable developers to build Voice over IP applications. According to GIPS, "The goal of the Community is to easily allow developers to utilize Global IP Sound’s ground-breaking technology...

Global IP Sound (GIPS) is now available on the Sony Ericcson P990 phone

Global IP Sound (GIPS), a popular VoIP codec/voice engine used by Skype, Google Talk, and others, is now available on the Sony Ericcson P990 phone using the OptiMobile softclient called WBX UniPhone. I wonder if this is the first non-Windows...

Global IP Sound killer?

Rich Tehrani has a very interesting inteview with Andrew Sviridenko of Spirit DSP, where Andrew positions Spirit DSP as a more robust solution than Global IP Sound (GIPS) due to Spirit DSP's better multipoint conferencing support and scalability. The GIPS...

Global IP Sound to go IPO on NASDAQ?

A reliable source has told me that Global IP Sound (GIPS) informed their investors that they will have an "extraordinary" meeting early January. They have named a few new board members, one of them, Bradley E. Sparks, used to be...

GIPS adds PCTEL to its growing portfolio

GIPS signs up yet another hardware manufacturer to use their remarkable voice engine used in Skype, Google Talk, and other VoIP solutions. PCTEL is going to use GIPS technology for to be used on mobile phones, PDAs, and PCs. PCTEL has...

Global IP Sound goes after VoIP hardware

Global IP Sound, best known for their fantastic codec and voice engine that handles packet loss, jitter, and delay, employed by the likes of Skype, Gizmo Phone, and GoogleTalk has now decided to enter the VoIP hardware space. Specifically, they...

SIP AV Software Development Kit (SIP AV SDK)

In my AOL TotalTalk blog entry I wondered if AOL was using Pingtel's open-source softphone. I wrote:I am going to assume that similar to Earthlink's Vling, AOL is using Pingtel's open-source SIP-based softphone client. Let me break out my HEX...

AOL TotalTalk

It would appear that AOL is going after the broadband VoIP market with a product called TotalTalk to be rolled out October 4th- look out Vonage and Skype! I should point out that AOL rolled out TotalTalk in Canada awhile...

Global IP Sound GIPS iLBC Codec

In the February 2003 issue of Internet Telephony Magazine, I wrote about Global IP Sound's excellent GIPS VoiceEngine codec, which can be integrated into VoIP applications. In August of this year, Nortel bought a 5% stake in Global IP Sound....
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