GIPS solution allows iPhone users to benefit from services such as real-time, in-game, multi-person chat.
According to GIPS’ CEO, Emerick Woods, “With GIPS VoiceEngine Mobile, we are providing the capabilities that turn voice into IP packets so they can be transmitted via Wi-Fi, making it easier for applications developers to come to market quickly with integrated VoIP applications.”
GIPS invented the IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) iLBC codec standard, which optimises calls made over the Internet, and in integrated into the iPhone.
The company is recognised for its expertise in media processing for IP communications, and is building on this reputation by enabling iPhone application developers to come to market faster with applications that provide the best voice experience possible.
GIPS has offices in Stockholm, Boston and Hong Kong.