Broadsoft has recently licensed SPIRIT DSP service and video engine as a replacement for Google’s voice engine. AT&T has also announced a partnership with PolyCom to bring PolyCom RealPresence Platform under AT&T Business Exchange.
Broadsoft’s intent in the deal with SPIRIT DPS is to provide video calling services under its own brands as an alternative to Google, Skype and Microsoft. AT&T’s agreement with PolyCom focuses on interoperability between devices and platforms. This agreement will provide more customer options in video conferencing solutions.
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Two deals highlight service provider focus on video calls