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Accelerate and simplify development of IP communications
BEEHD Client Framework for Public Safety over LTE
Softil’s BEEHD is a cross-platform client framework designed for chipset vendors, device manufacturers, system integrators, application developers and service providers looking to accelerate development of IP-based voice and video over LTE (VoLTE and ViLTE) solutions for first responders.
Multi-Platform VoLTE & RCS
With IP technology, systems manufacturers and service providers can add video and rich communication services and features to their solutions. Softil’s BEEHD is a complete VoLTE/RCS based video communications client, allowing service providers, application developers, and device manufacturers to launch customizable IMS compliant VoLTE/RCS services for Android, iOS, Windows, or MAC OS-based devices.
Manufacturers, application developers and service providers can add video and rich communication services and features into their solutions. Softil’s BEEHD for desktop and personal devices is a complete video communications client framework solution, to launch high quality services for Android and iOS-based devices quickly.
No VoIP knowledge necessary
Sample GUI application included
Easy-to-use API enabling integration into your application
Protocol Stacks and Frameworks
Softil Developer Tools pioneered the introduction of Voice and Video over IP (V2oIP) with its vast range of developer solutions combining its unique expertise in signaling and multimedia. Since its inception, Softil Developer Tools continues to play a leading role in the industry-leading standardization bodies and interoperability committees. Softil developer tools are used by over 700 customers worldwide and power the majority of today’s IP telecom deployments.
WebRTC is the latest wave of the communication technologies, allowing users to engage into audio and video communication session directly from the web browser, without the need to download a specialized client application. Various aspects of WebRTC technology are standardized in W3C and IETF drafts and recommendations.
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