SPIRIT-DSP Powers Macromedia Flash for Multi-point Voice Conferencing
SAN FRANCISCO - SPIRIT's voice products are integrated into Macromedia Breeze 5, to ensure voice quality in a Flash-based enterprise communication and collaboration solution.
Macromedia Breeze delivers online conferencing and collaborative Web communications. Breeze 5 uses Macromedia Flash Player with more than 500 million Internet users who can enter an online meeting or access presentations without downloads.
"We chose SPIRIT because of their extensive experience providing high-quality value-added voice and communication software," said Keith Kitani, expanded its contract with Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories to provide contact center software and services to support an additional 1000 agents across its e*smart call centers in Australia vice president, product management, Macromedia. "SPIRIT's focus on ensuring voice quality and reliability enabled us to deliver great internet audio conferencing experiences with our new release of Breeze."
One of the SPIRIT components enabling multi-point conferencing is RealDuplex, which performs elimination of both echo and noise in hands-free and headset-free environments, and allows multiple people to speak and be heard simultaneously in duplex mode.
SPIRIT delivers integrated voice products, services and solutions designed to produce voice quality in any IP network on any platform - PC, PDA and 3G mobile at a lowered CPU load and power consumption level. SPIRIT conferencing engine integrates and manages multiple speech codecs, speech enhancement, echo and noise elimination in hands-free and headset-free environments, voice mixing, sound cards, network performance, bandwidth availability, RTP/UDP/TCP-IP/HTTP protocols, and multiple voice processing tasks.