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March, 2013

AT&T Mulls Re-Entry in India

AT&T, Inc. is planning another attempt to re-enter the Indian telecom industry by buying out a 25% stake in Indian billionaire, Mukesh Ambani’s venture, Reliance Jio Infocomm Ltd. According to Bloomberg and elsewhere, AT&T’s planned buyout for approximately $3.5 billion will represent the largest foreign direct investment in that country. This would bring Reliance Jio’s market value to approximately $14 billion.
February, 2013

Web videoconferencing software supports 50 simultaneous interactive participants

Spirit DSP has released a new version of its multipoint web videoconferencing software, VideoMost 2.5, that allows 50 simultaneous interactive participants in one virtual conference room, and additional broadcasting of the conference to up to 500 people who can view and listen to the discussion in real-time or recorded.
February, 2013

After 4G deal with Reliance, Russia’s SPIRIT bullish on India

SPIRIT DSP Chairman Andrei Sviridenko talks to RIR about the company’s deal with Reliance Industries to provide voice services on the Indian giant’s 4G network and its future plans in the promising market.
January, 2013

BroadSoft Licenses SPIRIT DSP Mobile Video Engine for Use in BroadTouch

BroadSoft, a global provider of software and services, today began licensing the TeamSpirit Voice&Video Engine Mobile and PC from SPIRIT DSP, a provider of voice and video over IP engines. This SPIRIT DSP product is to be integrated into BroadSoft's BroadTouch user application. Prior to this agreement, BroadSoft used Google's voice engine.
January, 2013

Broadsoft has TeamSpirit

SPIRIT DSP has announced that BroadSoft, Inc., the leading global provider of software and services that enables mobile, fixed-line and cable service providers to deliver unified communications and other voice and multimedia services over their IP- based networks, has licensed TeamSpirit® Voice&Video Engine Mobile and PC to provide HD-quality voice and video calls in its BroadTouch™ user application.
Decemder, 2012

Indian LTE Major Reliance Licenses SPIRIT Mobile Video Engine

SPIRIT DSP has announced today that Indian telecom operator Infotel, a subsidiary of Reliance Group, one of India’s top three private sector business houses with annual turnover of more than $60 billion, has licensed TeamSpiritTM Voice&Video Engine Mobile.
Decemder, 2012

SPIRIT Receives Patent for IP-MR Technology

To help improve its speech coding technology for IP-networks, SPIRIT DSP announced that it has received a patent for its HD voice codec IP-MR. SPIRIT plans to use this patent to enhance and build on its multilayer, scalable, packet loss-resilient speech coding technology for its more than one billion users in over 100 countries.
November, 2012

SPIRIT DSP Powers New LG U+ Video Calling Service

SPIRIT DSP Powers New LG U+ Video Calling Service - on Telecommsbriefing.net SPIRIT DSP, the world's #1 voice and video over IP engines provider serving more than 1 billion users in 100+ countries, has announced today that Korean service provider, LG U+, a subsidiary of LG Group, has selected SPIRIT’s TeamSpirit® Voice&Video Engine Mobile to power a new video calling service. LG U+ is the third largest carrier in South Korea.
November, 2012

SPIRIT DSP Powers New LG U+ Video Calling Service

SPIRIT DSP has announced today that Korean service provider, LG U+, a subsidiary of LG Group, has selected SPIRIT’s TeamSpirit® Voice&Video Engine Mobile to power a new video calling service. LG U+ is the third largest carrier in South Korea.
October, 2012

SPIRIT DSP upgrades TeamSpirit Voice and Video Engine for mobile service providers and application developers

SPIRIT DSP announced a significant upgrade to TeamSpirit Voice and Video Engine, a sophisticated cross-platform mobile VVoIP SDK (Software Development Kit) for service providers, software application developers and OEMs/ODMs.
September, 2012

SPIRIT DSP Upgrades its TeamSpirit Voice and Video Engine for Mobile Service Providers, Application Developers

SPIRIT DSP has upgraded its TeamSpirit Voice and Video Engine, a sophisticated cross-platform mobile VVoIP SDK (Software Development Kit) for service providers, software application developers and OEMs/ODMs.
August, 2012

SPIRIT moved to tell it like it is re Microsoft and Google and RT P2P

SPIRIT moved to tell it like it is re Microsoft and Google and RT P2P
August, 2012

SPIRIT DSP Comments on Microsoft's Incompatibilities for In-Browser Communications

SPIRIT DSP today commented on Microsoft's August announcement of its own CU-RTC-Web recommendation for the W3C WebRTC working group, which is focusing on a common API to unify real-time P2P communications for web browsers. As experts expected, Microsoft's recommendation for VVoIP (Voice and Video over IP) is not compatible with Google's products for browsers nor to the corresponding WebRTC specification offered by Google.
August, 2012

Microsoft Pushes Google Aside with its VVoIP Recommendation

Microsoft Pushes Google Aside with its VVoIP Recommendation
August, 2012

SPIRIT DSP says Microsoft's recommendation for VVoIP not compatible with Google's products for browsers

SPIRIT DSP has said that Microsoft VoIP W3C recommendation is incompatible with Google’s Version of the Plug-in Free Technology for in-Browser Voice and Video Communications.
August, 2012

SPIRIT DSP 1H sales revenue up 80 percent

SPIRIT DSP said that is has achieved record sales revenue growth of 80 percent for the first six months of 2012 over the first half of 2011.
August, 2012

SPIRIT DSP Rides the Mobile VoIP Wave

Mainstream adoption of voice-over-IP (VoIP) technologies in wireless and work spaces has been a boon for SPIRIT DSP. The Russian company builds the engines that deliver the PC-based videoconferencing and mobile-based VoIP services that have become part of our everyday life, and that translates into a lot of Rubles.
August, 2012

SPIRIT DSP Reports Record Sales and Growth for First Half of 2012

SPIRIT DSP has announced 80 percent sales revenue growth for the first half of 2012, as compared to the same time period last year. Attributing to this growth, is the mainstream proliferation of mobile VoIP and videoconferencing software products. Another contributing factor is the widespread adoption and enabling of cross-platform products made available to its customer base.
August, 2012

SPIRIT DSP Reports Record Growth

SPIRIT DSP has had a good year so far, with an incredible growth of 80 percent in these past six months. Thanks to the spread of mobile VoIP and PC videoconferencing, the voice and video over IP engines provider is seeing record sales, and things are likely to keep looking up for them in the months to come.
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