|Qualcomm to use Radvision SIP Toolkit for Qvideophone development|
Posted: 07-Oct-2004 [Source: Radvision]
[Radivsion's SIP Toolkit to become the developer platform for Qualcomm's Qvideophone(tm) videoconferencing solution for use in chipsets targeted for CDMA2000 1x-EV-DO mobile handsets.]
Fair Lawn, NJ -- Radvision today announced it has licensed its Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) developers toolkit to Qualcomm. Under this agreement, Qualcomm is licensing Radvision's award-winning SIP toolkit as the developer platform for Qualcomm's Qvideophone(tm) videoconferencing solution, which is integrated into select Qualcomm Mobile Station Modem(tm) MSM(tm)) chipsets and will initially target the CDMA2000 1x-EV-DO-based mobile market.
The Radvision SIP Developer Platform is a service creation platform that provides developers with an open, object-oriented architecture (coded in ANSI C) for building SIP-based communications products for the wireline, wireless, and mobile worlds. The platform features Radvision's powerful standards-based SIP stack as well as multiple layers of APIs, from high-level APIs that hide the complexity of the protocol and enable rapid development of applications to mid and low level APIs that expose the intricacies of the protocol and allow for more detailed customization tuned to the specific requirements of the application or product. The Radvision SIP Toolkit, a component of Radvision's mobile/wireless developer suite of products, chosen by Qualcomm, was specifically enhanced to meet the requirements of the mobile network including support of SigComp (Signaling Compression), mobile IP and multi homed host. The Toolkit also comes with SDP and RTP/RTCP libraries necessary for the development of advanced IP-based communications products.
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