Goober Networks Delivers SDK for VoIP and Video Applications

goober_logo.jpgGoober Networks announces the availability of VIVO Engine, a VoIP and video software development kit for real-time communication over IP. The SDK includes everything necessary for expanding applications with capabilities such as VoIP and video and includes SIP signaling software, which is the standard for real-time IP communications, as well as NAT/FW and video rendering.

Goober's VIVO Engine is available as a white-label turnkey solution to OEMs or as separate modules, which offers customers the flexibility to adapt to their specific design needs and provide unprecedented services to empower the offerings of social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn and mySpace. One such customer, ICQ, is the pioneer of Instant Messaging with over 34 million global monthly users. ICQ belonged to AOL before and was sold to DST (now Group) in 2010.

At the heart of the VIVO Engine are HD video and HD voice codecs. Widely recognized as the premiere market solutions in terms of HD video and HD audio quality, these codecs run on any available platform. Additionally Goober offers the carrier grade backbone (as a rentout) necessary to enable such services as video conferencing, paid VoIP calls, and free video conferencing with up to six participants. Offering unparalleled voice and video quality and voice and video optimization functions, the SDK is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS and Android.

Goober's VIVO Engine SDK features a fully-integrated network, video, and voice engine as well as a f lexible, high-level API for a simple integration. Based on the variety of VoIP and video codecs utilized by Goober Networks, quality can be adjusted to specific bandwidth and include HD resolution. The VIVO Engine SDK also includes SIP as signaling standard, network optimization functions for a clean and stable IP connection, broad- and narrowband codecs for VoIP, and several video codecs.

Posted on May 16, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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