visual telephony

visual telephony

[′vizh·ə·wəl tə′lef·ə·nē]
(communications)
The transmission of picture information (television) over telephone lines.
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According to the companies, the new Visual Telephony Solution will use the Oki SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) based IP telephony server SS9100, the SIP/H.
The UniTV platform supports Integra5's three product suites, UniTV Visual Telephony, UniTV Visual Messaging and UniComposer(TM), and has been commercially deployed by service providers since mid 2004.
Recognizing the need for providing ubiquitous video services using the Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) [3], CCITT (International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee) Study Group XV established a Specialist Group on Coding for Visual Telephony in 1984 with the objective of recommending a video coding standard for transmission at m x 384 kbit/s (m = 1,2,.
The CCITT has adopted the Common Intermediate Format (CIF) and Quarter-CIF (QCIF) as the video formats for visual telephony.
comMATCH, the pioneer IP-to-PSTN access gateways provider, and Integra5 the leading provider of Television-based Visual Telephony solutions, announced today the signing of an MOU, cooperating to enable CableTV based operators (MSOs) a series of new innovative visual telephony services.
323 software stack optimized for Voice-over-IP applications as well as audio visual telephony.
323 visual telephony standard, the QuadVoIP chipset's unprecedented price/performance ratio will help boost the emerging voice-over-network (VON) market by driving down the cost of Internet telephony gateways and multiprotocol WAN routers.
723 by the ITU when it is formally endorsed later this year, will enable visual telephony applications over the public telephone network as well as a variety of other teleconferencing applications.
In March of 1995, DSP Group announced that its advanced version of TrueSpeech was selected for the proposed multimedia visual telephony international standard.
TrueSpeech has been previously endorsed by companies such as Microsoft, Intel, Dialogic, Siemens and the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) as the international standard for multimedia visual telephony.
and Universite de Sherbrooke announced today that the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) has selected a speech compression technology for its future standard for multimedia visual telephony over the public telephone network.