Google Uses Global IP Sound

Google signs OEM license agreement with Global IP Sound for its Google Talk VOIP service

August 30, 2005

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SAN FRANCISCO -- Global IP Sound (GIPS), a leading provider of embedded voice-processing solutions for the Voice over IP (VoIP) market, today announced an OEM license agreement with Google for voice processing solutions. The solutions, which improve PC-to-PC voice quality, are being used with the company's Google Talk, an open, instant communications service.

The Google Talk service, which was launched this week, supports text instant messaging and PC-to-PC voice services. Google will use GIPS VoiceEngine PC Advanced, which helps provide better-than-PTSN voice quality even under the most adverse network conditions. The Google Talk service will take advantage of GIPS cutting-edge voice processing technology to provide high-quality VoIP functionality for its users.

"Google's adoption of GIPS technology for Google Talk is a major validation of our solutions and their ability to provide the best possible voice quality over the Internet," said Gary P. Hermansen, President and CEO of Global IP Sound. "There are over 200 million downloads of our software currently in market today, and the addition of Google's users puts us well on our way to becoming a de facto industry standard for high quality VoIP calls."

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