World VoIP NewsRadisys releases solutions for support of CounterPath VoIP softphone's video capabilities
Radisys releases solutions for support of CounterPath VoIP softphone's video capabilities
Radisys Corp., a prominent industry player in fields of collaborated wireless infrastructure, has announced the achieved complete interoperability of CounterPath Bria office deployment’s and dedicated mobile softphone utility with Radisys' MPX-12000 broadband functionality, that is operational in framework of MRF(Multimedia Resource Function)concept for quality delivery of mobile video applications.
As the result of collaborated deployment with CounterPath, Radisys can now roll out the essential building blocks of infrastructure, needed for delivering multi-platform, revenue-generating video services for mobile providers, as well as associated TEMs (Telecom Equipment Manufacturers. Mobile operators are in high demand for effective broadband MRF particularly built d to support tailored, functions differentiated real-time audio and video services for generating more revenues from mobile video traffic, therefore getting more Average Revenue Per User (ARPU). By promoting operational performance of Radisys' MPX-12000, TEMs are not constrained with the the cumbersome, time-consuming and costly task of bricking broadband MRFs from bottom line. Anyway TEMs should have a VoIP Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based customary deployment, available on major mobile devices, to be integrated with the Radisys MRF within IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) taxonomy. In order to assist TEMs deliver the best-of-breed products, Radisys has conjoined the efforts with CounterPath to develop unified mobile video service solutions based on SIP and open standards, to be provided by means of the Radisys MPX-12000. The collaborated product from Radisys and CounterPath is regulatory and codecs compliant with all IMS standards and works as the multi-platform support, making TEMs to show up services rapidly and efficiently, thus doing most widespread addressable consumers market and potential revenue generating means for mobile operators. "Company’s new Radisys MPX-12000 will support utmost scalability and savings for profitable mobile video tools in an IMS platform, but effective operations of these services are possible only with an easy and powerful user interface on the dedicated mobile device," explained Manish Singh CTO, Radisys. "CounterPath's Bria softphone utility makes a unique user experience, by deploying the same IMS-based codecs and traffic as well as media channels embedded into the Radisys MPX-12000. The Bria's ability to deliver a robust user experience on all major of mobile devices ensures Radisys' customers with a fully saturated end-to-end mobile video platform." The Bria softphone works in an intuitive management that allows users to align and deploy mobile video data, driving operators' revenue growth from mobile services. Modern mobile video services are sometimes limited by proprietary applications that only available on a subset of devices, however CounterPath Bria interface is organically created to support all mobile customers environments, expanding the outreach of a service offering. CounterPath's Bria softphone operates on PCs, Mac, iPad, iPhone and Android."Our softphone offers mobile operators a comprehensive end-user interface for the deployment of mobile video services on nearly all standard platforms," boasted Todd Carothers, SVP at CounterPath. "The smooth collaboration of Bria with the Radisys MPX-12000 ensures an absolutely robust video service for mobile operators. We are amazed by the complementary options that our two companies offer for mobile operators, as an attractive value generators for monetizing VoIP and mobile video tools in 3G and ever growing 4G/LTE mobile networks."
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