Global IP Solutions Helping to Enable Video Chat on Android Devices

Global IP Solutions (GIPS), a provider of voice and video processing in IP communications, has announced their GIPS VideoEngine. This first-to-market tool gives Android developers the ability to integrate video conferencing/video chat into future applications. With each wireless provider offering varying degrees of data speed and reliability, the GIPS VideoEngine handles the heavy lifting and adjusts for packet loss, bandwidth limitations, and more. We can imagine these types of services becoming valuable to developers as handsets like the HTC EVO 4G start arriving. Front-facing cameras and 4G data speeds are just begging for video conferencing and next-gen chat applications.

Source: Press Release

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