Stockholm, March 11 2002 - Pocket Presence today announced cooperation with
Casio Computer, which means that the product Running Voice IP will be
demonstrated in Casio's booth at CeBIT. Running Voice IP is a unique application
in that it provides wirelessly connected Pocket PC devices with full
voice-over-IP capabilities with unparalleled sound quality.
"Wireless voice access, the true killer application for PDAs in the
enterprise environment, is within reach with Running Voice IP. I think that
Running Voice IP on a Cassiopeia will generate a lot of interest at CeBIT", said
Soenke Prestin, Product Manager at Casio Europe GmbH.
Running Voice IP is a voice-over-IP softphone for Pocket PC devices with
Wireless LAN access. It offers all standard telephony features in an intuitive
user interface, and it is intuitive to install and use. The application uses
SoundWare, an embedded sound processing software component from Global IP Sound,
to provide superior sound quality.
"Using SoundWare, Running Voice IP provides voice quality superior to
wireless phones with greater convenience and functionality than desktop phones.
It will be a great pleasure to demonstrate this high-quality solution together
with Casio at CeBIT," said Frederik KÃ¤mmerer, CEO at Pocket Presence.
ABOUT RUNNING VOICE IP
Running Voice IP is a complete voice-over-IP product for Pocket PC devices used
in a wireless LAN environment. Running Voice IP is built upon the RVE embedded
communication platform from Pocket Presence. The RVE platform is the core
component of several leading commercial communication solutions such as Running
Voice GSM and One-Click Mobility. The RVE communication platform is designed for
advanced GSM and GPRS communication as well as voice-over-IP communication and
The GIPS SoundWare suite includes a range of embedded sound processing software
designed for interactive audio over packet communications. Integrated into the
software stack of IP network edge devices, such as Casio's Cassiopeia, GIPS
SoundWare operates as a complement to existing codecs to reduce the effects of
packet loss and delay and to decrease error correction requirements. Enhanced
audio quality is achieved without significant increase in demands on the IP
network, including bandwidth requirements.
Find Casio on the CeBIT at Hall 1, stand 7e12
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