From the Enterprise VoIP Experts

October 12, 2012

Flashphoner Allies with SoliCall

By SIP Trunking Report Contributor

Flashphoner, provider of Flash-to-SIP gateways, recently announced that it has formed an alliance with SoliCall, provider of audio quality solutions. According to the terms of the agreement, both the companies have integrated their solutions to come up with a solution that improves audio quality in Flash-based systems.

The Flashphoner team has a strong background in the field of design and development web-video platforms and voice browser solutions. Flashphoner provides a gateway between RTMP and RTMFP to SIP. Flashphoner focuses on scalable low latency products. The company has hundreds installation over the world and the support team operating at full capacity to provide technical support to all our customers.

“Sound quality and low latency is the key parameters for comfortable web calling. We are excited about partnership with SoliCall experts. Our common aim is to provide best quality sound and maximum low latency web communications”, said Pavel Ismailov, CEO of Flashphoner project.

SoliCall is the developer of patented technology for improving audio quality in telephony. SoliCall's unique audio noise reduction software technology includes server side/network echo cancellation, noise reduction, personalization and automatic gain control. With SoliCall’s noise cancellation software the users can easily improve voice quality in VoIP, GSM, PSTN etc. SoliCall's technology can work either on the network (e.g. PBX & Media Gateway) or on the end units (e.g. mobile phone & laptops).

“This cooperation demonstrates the importance of standardization in VoIP. Standardization was a key enabler to this new offering”, said Moses Benjamin, Director of Marketing for SoliCall. “From this day, Flash-based solutions will enjoy high quality audio, free of echo and noise,” Mr. Benjamin concluded.

Meanwhile, Daum Communications recently integrated SoliCall’s Mobile SDK for improving audio quality in its VoIP Application.

Edited by Brooke Neuman