VoIP and IP communications leader D2 Technologies (News - Alert) is unveiling several new products at this week's Futurecom 2014 expo in Brazil. D2 is widely praised for using 4Gand next-generation IMS networks to deliver several forms of Voice over IP (VoIP) calling, including Voice over LTE (News - Alert) (VoLTE), voice over Wi-Fi and Rich Communication Suite (RCS) systems among others. However, the company's new mCUE 4G Mobile Software appears to seamlessly blend VoLTE, RCS and other calls into a unified native platform that could revolutionize mobile VoIP.
The company's demonstration, led by COO Doug Makishima (News - Alert), invites attendees to a hands-on interactive exhibit, showcasing the speed, clarity and other benefits associated with VoLTE and Voice over Wi-Fi. Both technologies use the Internet to send Voice data much more efficiently than through traditional cellular channels, aided by the support of LTE mobile Internet networks. Transferring quality voice data over mobile Internet data has been a difficult feat to accomplish for several years, yet it seems that D2 is finally offering a stable solution.
By blending together Wi-Fi and LTE networks to deliver a unified voice solution, D2 can offer the best features of each.
“The opportunity to showcase a native implementation of VoLTE and voice over Wi-Fi blended together with video call and RCS as a realization of the GSMA (News - Alert)'s Green Buttn Promise demonstrates our vision of where these standards are heading,” stated Makishima.
According to him, improved mobile VoIP solutions make service cheaper for operators to provide and for consumers to use, which ends in a net result for both parties. “As the technologies evolve,” he states, “the real winners are the users who get to enjoy the benefits of higher quality calls, richer messaging and better connections.”
Edited by Alisen Downey