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Effnet Improves on VOIP

Software reduces bandwidth requirements for wireline voice-over-IP by as much as 60% for IPv4, and 75% for IPv6 networks

January 14, 2002

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STOCKHOLM -- Effnet, a leading developer of Internet Protocol (IP) header compression technologies, announced the release of its new Effnet CRTPtm software today. The software, ready to begin shipping this quarter, reduces bandwidth requirements for wireline Voice-over-IP (VoIP) by as much as 60% for IPv4, and 75% for IPv6 networks. Media gateways, routers, firewalls, modems and customer premise equipment can deliver significant bandwidth savings by incorporating EffnetEdgetm Header Compression technology into their products. These savings can translate to more VoIP channels and improved voice quality at a given bandwidth. This is especially important for Wide Area Network (WAN) access links, where bandwidth consumption is most critical."Companies that develop VoIP equipment and software have a need for an efficient implementation of the CRTP header compression protocols," says Örjan Grinndal, Effnet CEO. "Now for the first time VoIP equipment manufacturers can purchase a product that enables them to compress the headers of these packets which delivers better performance and higher voice quality."Effnet Group AB

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