June 06, 2014
Teradici and CounterPath Partner to Develop VoIP Unified Communications
Teradici , a developer of PCoIP technology for virtual workspaces, has partnered with CounterPath (News - Alert) Corp., a developer of award-winning desktop, tablet and mobile VoIP client solutions to deliver the industry's first scalable unified communications (UC) solution for PCoIP Zero Clients for desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) and virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) deployments.
CounterPath is a company in softphone technology, with millions of endpoints downloaded.
Teradici technology includes 50 of world's leading computer manufacturers, delivering PCoIP Zero Clients in a variety of form factors (desktop, laptop, all-in-one monitors) that meet the industry's strictest enterprise standards for workplace security, performance and ease-of-management.
"Our partnership with Teradici expands the reach of CounterPath and highlights the flexibility of our unified communications solution,” said Donovan Jones (News - Alert), president and CEO of CounterPath. “With more than one and a half million PCoIP Zero Clients deployed in companies across diverse markets, we have a tremendous opportunity -- with great potential for acceleration, as VDI and the emerging DaaS markets reach new levels of maturity."
In addition, the design and development of a joint UC solution for PCoIP Zero Clients by Teradici and CounterPath is underway with an expected release in Q4.
Bria, a carrier-grade next generation softphone application comes with unmatched interoperability with IP PBXs and SIP-based application servers. It offers a highly-secure, high-quality, UC experience to voice and video calls over fixed, mobile and Wi-Fi broadband networks. Built on SIP and open standards, Bria allows you to make VoIP and Video calls over IP, see when your contacts are available, send Instant Messages and transfer files with ease and efficiency.
"Bria softphone solutions have been broadly adopted by more than 400 operators, OEMs and large and small enterprises in more than 50 countries worldwide,” said Dan Cordingley, president and CEO of Teradici. “CounterPath has a proven track record in delivering a high-quality product with interoperability across a breadth of SIP-compliant network equipment."
Edited by Rory J. Thompson