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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...

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...

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 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...

Global IP Sound for Symbian 9 and Windows Mobile 5.0

Some news to share from one of my favorite VoIP companies - Global IP Sound.Global IP Sound (GIPS), the leading provider of embedded speech-processing solutions for the Voice over IP (VoIP) market, today announced that it is shipping two new...

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...

Global IP Sound to announce video product

In a few weeks Global IP Sound (GIPS) will unveil a new product to complement the GIPS VoiceEngine Suite called VoiceEngine Multimedia. This will add high-quality video capabilities to the VoiceEngine product line. It's a natural extension to GIPS' renowned...

Google Talk uses Global IP Sound's Voice Engine

In my Google Talk Test Drive, Rick Hultz posted a comment wondering if Google Talk was using just Global IP Sound's codecs or their powerful voice engine as well. I told him I'd look into it. Well Rick, here's your...

Global IP Sound on popular Symbian OS

Some interesting news to report from Global IP Sound (their VoIP codecs are used in Skype, Teleo, and more):Global IP Sound (GIPS), a leading provider of embedded voice-processing solutions for the Voice-over-IP (VoIP) market, today announced that it has...

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....

Nortel buys 5 percent of Global IP Sound

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. GIPS VoiceEngine is a software package that handles all the voice components and includes...
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