SoliCall (News - Alert), an Israel-based company specializing in software for noise reduction, echo cancellation and audio quality improvement, announced the addition of Sip Proxy architecture to its PBXMate following an increasing demand from the SMB market.
SoliCall's PBXMate is designed to enable call centers and organizations world-wide to improve audio quality, reduce echo, cancel noise and maintain audio level at a comfortable levels. SoliCall has now added support for integrating the PBXMate as a 100 percent transparent Sip Proxy, said a SoliCall official in a press release.
Sip Proxy is noted to be a new architecture that can allow seamless deployment of the PBXMate without changing the PBX (News - Alert) or any other network component. As a result, companies looking for a fully transparent solution to improve audio quality can now deploy the PBXMate. Within minutes, the PBXMate can be up and running with the benefit of improving audio quality in any VoIP network, believes the company.
Earlier this year, Solicall announced that it has added wideband support to its PBXMate product, which became very popular among companies and organizations.
SoliCall developed patent-pending 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, one can easily improve voice quality in VoIP, GSM, PSTN, etc. SoliCall's technology can work either on the network or on the end units.
In related news, TMC (News - Alert) reported that Korean-based Herit Corporation has integrated SoliCall’s Server SDK for improving audio quality in its Flash Media Server. SoliCall’s technology is expected to improve audio quality and specifically to have a robust server side acoustic echo cancellation (AEC). Herit’s IP based flash media server is used both for video calls and for voice calls.
Meenakshi Shankar is a TMCnet contributor. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Jennifer Russell