Feature Article

December 23, 2011

Damaka Announces Availability of New Codecs in Its Xync Mobile Software Portfolio

Damaka, provider of mobile unified communication and collaboration solutions, has revealed that its Xync line of products will now include Microsoft RTV and Google VP8 codec.

By announcing the availability of Microsoft RTV and Google VP8 codec into its Xync product portfolio, Damaka has now become the only company in the world which has successfully optimized the RTV codec to function on mobile platforms.

The inclusion of RTV and VP8 codecs in Xync makes it possible for users of Microsoft Lync/OCS R2 to easily take part in video conference sessions over their own mobile devices which include iPhone, iPad, and Android Smartphones/Tablets. Xync also provides support for H.263, H.263+, and H.264.

In a release, Rashmi Hiremath, VP Engineering, Damaka, said that, "Having a unique portfolio of video codecs allows Xync to interwork with multitude of endpoints. Addition of RTV and VP8 codecs will further enhance our product experience."

Building on its Enterprise Mobile Video program, Damaka has been delivering advanced communication and collaboration solutions making it possible for mobile workforce's today to be more productive. The company's technology solutions are available on a wide range of mobile platforms which include Android, iPhone, iPad, Symbian, Blackberry, and Windows Mobile platforms.

Headquartered in Richardson, Texas, Damaka was established in 2004 and has been providing customers with mobile unified communication and collaboration (UCC) technology solutions. The company's extensive range of products have been designed to enhance mobile UCC as they focus on delivering real-time mobile video calling and mobile collaboration solutions securely over all leading smartphones, tablets and PC/MAC platforms which support collaboration over any device and any network from any location and at all times. The managed peer-to-peer SIP based software solutions from Damaka have been designed with Sweeping technology which makes it possible for customers to easily move in progress collaboration sessions between different devices such as laptops, netbooks, tablets and smartphones.


Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for MobilityTechzone. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Chris DiMarco


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