Mirial Releases SIP/H.323 Video Conferencing Client for iPhone

Mirial announces the availability of the first professional video conferencing client for Apple iOS devices, supporting both SIP and H.323 standards, featuring high-quality video conference and optimized in order to get the most out of the mobile networks.

The software is available today for iPhone® 4 and iPod Touch 4th gen, and in few weeks for iPhone 3GS and iPad.

Built by Mirial on over 10 years of video communication excellence, it provides a standards-based solution for video conferencing over Wi-Fi, 3G and 4G networks, enabling iPhone users to connect to other iPhones, iPods, Android phones and tablets such as the Samsung Galaxy Tab, Windows PC and Mac or to any H323 standards-based video conferencing equipment such as room systems or existing MCUs.

With 28.6% of U.S. market share, iOS still represents the leading mobile operating system despite the rapid growth of Android. "We are proud to be the only company offering an H.323/SIP interoperable solution available for all the most used platforms: Windows PC, Mac, Android and now iOS/iPhone" said Cristoforo Mione, VP Marketing. "Once again, Mirial standards based products are playing a key role in mass adoption of interoperable Visual Communication solutions".

The client for iPhone is available today as an option for ClearSea and MCS desktop video conferencing products, granting both enterprises and service providers the possibility to offer a solid and consistent user experience to their employees and customers.

Posted on Jan 13, 2011  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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