SPIRIT DSP, the world’s leading provider of embedded voice, video and audio software products, and Aliantiz, a French provider of application software, announced that TeamSpirit(R) Mobile Voice Engine has been integrated into Aliantiz’ BeWip(TM) soft-phone. Developers of mobile soft-phones can benefit from SPIRIT’s low-MHz high-quality mobile voice engine solution.
TeamSpirit(R) Mobile is the world’s most reliable and compact voice engine running on mobile devices today.
Thierry Zucchi, CEO of Aliantiz stated: “Thanks to SPIRIT’s highly-optimized voice products, our soft-phone applications can run even on inexpensive low-MHz mass-market VoIP-enabled handsets. To promote our soft-phone in the best manner, we needed a solution that would meet the tightest quality requirements. We are looking forward to bringing SPIRIT’s unprecedented voice quality to the millions of WiFi users worldwide.”
“Millions of users of WiFi-enabled handsets will get the utmost of WiFi communications, enjoying Aliantiz service with SPIRIT voice quality,” affirmed Alex Kravchenko, VP Sales & Marketing of SPIRIT DSP. “According to In-Stat, the markets of PDA phones and smart-phones will continue to increase at CAGR of 40% per year.”
The BeWip(TM) soft-phone runs on Microsoft Windows Mobile and can be installed both on smart-phones and pocket PCs. BeWip(TM) users are free to use WiFi hot spots and SIP-based providers, as well as use VoIP calling.
TeamSpirit(R) Voice Engine is already deployed in many applications of global service providers, as well as in millions of mobile devices of major OEMs, including Compal, Quanta and HTC. SPIRIT engine delivers the industry-standard voice quality and best-in-class video performance.
SPIRIT DSP employs 140 professionals and has been in the international software licensing business since 1992. A bootstrap company, SPIRIT has been profitable for 14 years. For the last 10 years SPIRIT’s focus has been voice, audio, video and data communication software products. SPIRIT counts among its customers Adobe, Agere, Arima Communications, ARM, Atmel, Compal, Flextronics, Ericsson, HP, HTC, Kyocera, LG, MediaRing, Microsoft, National Semiconductor, NEC, Nortel Networks, Oracle, Paltalk, Panasonic, Philips Semiconductor, Polycom, Quanta, Radvision, Samsung, Siemens, Texas Instruments, Toshiba and Trinity Convergence, among 200+ other communication OEMs and software vendors. SPIRIT communication software is used in over 80 countries and powers more than 100 million embedded voice channels. SPIRIT DSP is a member of major voice-related developer communities, including Intel(R) Developer Network, ARM(R) Connected Community, Philips Nexperia Partnership, TI Third Party Network, TI OMAP Developer Network for Wireless handsets and PDAs. SeeStorm is a SPIRIT affiliate for synthetic video conferencing.
The outcome of a 3-year R&D effort, Aliantiz provides to the carriers the reference FMC platform. BeWip offers today a leading vision of the Next Generation Networks. This pre-IMS SIP based solution provides VoIP over WiFi, IM, presence, multimedia content push, and affordable software platform to the operators including a broad range of services, from handset / user provisioning to services / content monetization, security and orchestration on hybrid GSM/WiFi handsets. BeWip is the only “carrier grade” solution for the FMC business.