According to the company, with GIPS VideoEngine Mobile, iPhone developers can rapidly integrate high quality real-time video chat or multi-point video conferencing into iPhone applications that resolves the issues related to IP networks such as delay, jitter and echo.
“iPhone developers are at the forefront of cutting-edge mobile applications, and with such fierce competition, it’s incredibly important to offer consumers a robust application that delivers a great quality experience,” said Joyce Kim, GIPS’ Chief Marketing Officer.
Ira Weinstein, analyst and partner at Wainhouse Research, said “GIPS VideoEngine allows application developers to support two-way video chat on a variety of IP devices.”
The addition of iPhone support to the GIPS stable of products allows solution providers and mobile carriers to provide videoconferencing, including one-way video and two-way synchronized audio, to an even larger audience.
As iPhone market share continues to grow rapidly with more than three billion application downloads in nearly 80 countries, application developers can rapidly build and deploy video chat applications that overcome typical mobile constraints such as packet loss, bandwidth constraints, background noise and lip synchronization.