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BroadSoft Licenses Spirit DSP's Engine

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MOSCOW -- SPIRIT DSP, the world's #1 voice and video over IP engines provider serving more than 1 billion users in 100+ countries, announced today that BroadSoft, Inc. (NASDAQ: BSFT), the leading global provider of software and services that enables mobile, fixed-line and cable service providers to deliver unified communications and other voice and multimedia services over their IP- based networks, has licensed TeamSpirit® Voice&Video Engine Mobile and PC to provide HD-quality voice and video calls in its BroadTouch™ user application. BroadTouch Business Communicator brings together voice, video, instant messaging and presence, on a single interface that spans mobile and desktop platforms, including Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. BroadTouch harnesses the power of the BroadWorks® application platform and BroadCloud™, the firm's cloud-based service delivery platform, and extends these innovative communication services directly to the end-user. Before the agreement with SPIRIT DSP, Broadsoft used Google's voice engine. BroadSoft has over 500 telecommunications service provider customers in more than 65 countries, including 20 of the top 25 service providers globally, as measured by revenue. BroadSoft Inc.

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