SIP Client For IP-Phones [Case Study]
DSP Group Case Study – The worst nightmare when starting a new project is not having clear requirements. IP-Phone vendors need to define what will be the modular architecture for the voice application, considering the SIP Stack, Media Engine, Call Manager, interaction with the User Interface, and certainly the provisioning and troubleshooting method.To address this complex situation, IP-Phone vendors have an important decision to make:Which SIP Client for IP-Phones should be integrated to ensure mobility, security, easy management, but most importantly, faster return of investment while bringing customer experience to a higher level?M5 Technologies collaborates with IP-Phone vendors by providing the M5T SIP Client Engine (SCE), enabling the most reliable and secure SIP implementation of a wide variety of telephony components for any generic or tailored SIP implementation.M5 Technologies has built a long term and reliable partnership with important partners such as the DSP Group, who has implemented the M5T SIP Client Engine (SCE) with the DSP Group’s DVF99 SoC family, bringing M5 Technologies SIP expertise to IP-Phone vendors developing first-class products for business communications.
SIP Client IP-Phones – What We Offer
The M5T SIP SDK includes a rich feature set and the highest level of interoperability, helping developers to shorten the development time for the release of cutting edge SIP enabled IP-Phones while experiencing the best support service in the industry.
- Quick Time to Market
- Cost Saving
- Easy Implementation
- Proven Interoperability
- Reduced Risk
Almost any SIP-Based application is possible with M5 Technologies’s SIP Stack, Media Engine, and other components. And one of the biggest advantages of the M5T SIP Client Engine SDK is its flexibility. M5 Technologies provides customers with training and recommendations on how to take advantage of the full potential of the M5T SCE during the integration process.M5T architecture offers different integration levels starting from the SIP Stack, media engine, administration, or a complete customised solution. This represents another advantage for OEMs, who can make a decision based on the level of control and efforts they invest into their project.The SCE available for the DSP Group’s DVF99 SoC family also includes the call manager control and provisioning modules.
The M5T SIP Client Engine SDK has been deployed in millions of devices worldwide; and almost every major vendor selected M5T technology for implementing SIP.Very easy to integrate with simple scenarios, customers are able to build a working demo within hours. A first SIP call can result soon after compiling the DVF99 Sample App provided by the DSP Group.
Compelling Features For IP-Phones
Customers define the list of requirements their application is expected to support, usually driven by their business use-case and targeted market. Having participated in almost a thousand implementations, M5 Technologies’s team can bring useful and challenging arguments to customers, orienting architecture definition based on their large experience of products developed for small or large vendors in the last two decades.Integrated on thousands of different environments, M5T SCE SDK has already validated a large number of technical specifications, compliant with a wide list of features, usually required by IP-Phone vendors.
Key Benefits For Developers
- Collaborative Expertise
- In-house Software Development
- Customer Satisfaction First
About The DSP Group And The DVF99 Family Of SoC
Powered by two ARM processors, the DVF99 family of System-on-Chip (SoC) devices, tailored for Voice-over-IP (VoIP) endpoints, ideally covering IP phone, ATA, conferencing system, and any other voice terminal applications.Offering strong processing power and integrating the versatile media engine, DVF99 SoCs enable high performance, yet affordable products. DVF99 chip firmware provides superb HD and Ultra-HD voice quality with advanced algorithms, voice codecs, and state-of-the-art Acoustical Echo Cancellation (AEC).