Global IP Solutions announced the availability of high-definition and Super-wideband Voice as well as one-way Video Conferencing/Chat capabilities for iPad developers, powered by GIPS VideoEngine Mobile.

According to GIPS, its VideoEngine Mobile supplies iPad developers with “a simple to integrate, high-level software API that contains the complex video conferencing/video chat capabilities into applications running on Apple’s iPad operating system.”

As video access becomes available from Apple, GIPS VideoEngine will support two-way video chat/conferencing.

“With over 600,000 unit sales of the iPad to date, demand for this device is clearly continuing to grow,” said GIPS’ Chief Marketing Officer Joyce Kim.

“With the unique experience that a device like the iPad can deliver, it is imperative that the overall quality exceed all expectations and GIPS is proud to offer HD and Super HD voice and video for the iPad and other mobile devices.”

Roopam Jain, Frost & Sullivan analyst said, “GIPS technology is becoming increasingly significant with the growth in IP traffic as it offers HD voice and video communication capabilities that adjusts dynamically to available bandwidth on Wi-Fi or cellular networks,” said.

He added that the introduction of devices like the iPad will greatly increase wide scale voice and video communications beyond corporate boundaries.

GIPS mobile technology is already available on the iPad, Android, iPhone, Symbian and Windows Mobile operating systems.

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