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G.729

An ITU standard for speech codecs that uses the CELP method and provides toll quality audio at 8 Kbps. See G. standards and G.729.A.
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The common codec types used in VoIP networks are G.711, G729 and G.723, table I presents the bit rate and compression delay for each codec type.
VoIP traffic is CBR, and for certain vocoders (G711, G729), its quality can be estimated using packet loss and mouth-to-ear (one way) delay.
The new release reportedly features: call recording; phone provisioning, enabling users to set-up new extensions automatically; firewall-friendly VOIP client with included mini VPN; integrated fax server; G729 codec support; 3CX bridges for branch offices; as well as SIP Trunking support.
In addition, the company offers a Free edition, which does not offer fax, call queuing, Exchange 2007 support, call pick up and call parking, MWI, presence, G729 codec support, remote configuration of extension options, 3CX Bridges and call recording.
The service is based entirely around the SIP protocol and voice compression is accomplished using both the G.711 and the G729 Codec.
The softwitch also supports a variety of industry standard protocols, including SIP and IAX, as well as all the major codecs, such as G711 and G729.