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Breaking news from ihotdesk communications, Voice, VoIP and Video conferencing solutions in London:

Texas Instruments has announced that its voice over internet protocol (VoIP) chipsets are now compatible with Microsoft's RT audio codec unified communications platform.

Category Communications
12 March 2008
 
Texas Instruments has announced that its voice over internet protocol (VoIP) chipsets are now compatible with Microsoft's RT audio codec unified communications platform.

"By working closely with Microsoft to include their wideband codec into TI's VoIP solutions, we are supporting the dissemination of unified communications solutions to the market and further enabling Microsoft to quickly meet the application demands of service providers, enterprises and [small and medium enterprises]," said general manager of communications infrastructure and voice business at TI, Brian Glinsman.

RT audio is a wideband speech codec designed for VOiP, and the announcement will assist original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to develop new IP applications for the business market.

"TI and Microsoft are two leading communications companies, and by joining efforts, we are enabling businesses to take advantage of the benefits of VoIP and ultimately help them quickly bring devices that are optimised for Microsoft unified communications platform to market", said Mr Glinsman.


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