AudioCodes Introduces VoIPerfect High Definition Services
LOD, ISRAEL: AudioCodes (AUDC), has recently introduced its VoIPerfect solution for delivering resilient, quality-assured High Definition Services over Wide Area Networks (WAN). AudioCodes is a provider of converged voice solutions enabling the enterprises and service providers to transition to all-IP voice networks.
VoIPerfect combines AudioCodes’ access and enterprise SBC technology with advanced HD voice codecs and proprietary enhancements to optimize cloud voice quality and costs for UCaaS and SIP trunk markets. “The VoIPerfect solution leverages AudioCodes’ vast experience in the field of Voice over IP communications to deliver secure, reliable and high quality voice calls for cloud communications services,” said Yehuda Herscovici, VP Product at AudioCodes. “VoIPerfect™ enables UCaaS and SIP trunk providers to deliver competitive services over the internet or unmanaged broadband links in a ‘bring your own broadband’ model, high Service Level Agreement (SLA).”
VoIPerfect employs HD voice efficient codecs, such as Opus and SILK, that reduce costly bandwidth of private connections between branches, headquarters and hosted UC datacenters, and multi-path load balancing (including the use of 3G and LTE connections) to ensure resilient connections for critical business communications.
By orchestrating AudioCodes access SBC, enterprise SBC, HD IP phones and the AudioCodes One Voice Operations Center management tools, VoIPerfect utilizes advanced voice processing and path optimization techniques. This is to maintain high call quality even under adverse broadband network conditions by reducing the impact of impairments such as packet loss, jitter and delay. At the same time, VoIPerfect provides encryption and resiliency to ensure privacy and critical business communications continuity.
AudioCodes will be performing live demonstrations of VoIPerfect at Enterprise Connect 2016, March 7-9, in Orlando, Florida. VoIPerfect is planned to be available for Beta customers in Q2 2016.