mardi 15 mai 2012

World's first HTML5 SIP Client

After the world's first SIP video clients for Android and iOS (early 2009) we are proud to present sipML5 Project. sipML5 is the world's first open source HTML5 SIP client entirely written in javascript for integration in social networks (FaceBook, Twitter, Google+), online games, e-commerce websites... No extension, plugin or gateway is needed. The media stack rely on WebRTC project. The client can be used to connect to any SIP or IMS network from your preferred browser to make and receive audio/video calls and instant messages.

Short but not exhaustive list of supported features:

  • Audio / Video call
  • Instant messaging
  • Presence
  • Call Hold / Resume
  • Explicit Call transfer
  • Multi-line and multi-account
  • Dual-tone multi-frequency signaling (DTMF) using SIP INFO
For more information:
Call between Google Chrome and iPad device
Call between Google Chrome and Android device

mardi 20 septembre 2011

iDoubs for MAC OS X

We are proud to announce the availability of the first alpha release of iDoubs for MAC OS X 10.6+ (Snow Leopard).
This alpha release (1.0.0) comes with many features:- IPv4 and IPv6
- UPD, TCP and TLS transports
- Audio codecs: G.722 HD audio, Speex, and G.711
- High quality audio: AEC (based on WebRTC), Noise suppression, Adaptive jitter buffer ...
- Video codecs: VP8, H.264, H.263 and MP4V-ES
- Multiline calls
- Hold/Resume
- Media update
- …and many other features

For more information:

mardi 15 février 2011

OpenVCS - Open Source VideoConferencing Server

We are proud to announce the availability of the first alpha release of OpenVCS.
OpenVCS stands for Open Source Video Conferencing Server and uses SIP (RFC 3261, 3GPP TS 24.229) protocol.
OpenVCS is used as a Multipoint Control Unit (MCU) manager. The application can managed any number of MCU (a.k.a Bridge) where each Bridge can support up to 64 participants.

The application can be used as a standalone SIP server or behind an IMS Core where each Bridge will be seen as an AS (Application Server).
You can use any SIP compliant device to connect to a bridge as long as the client is RFC 3261 compliant. For example, you can use IMSDroid on Android, iDoubs on iOS (iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad), Boghe on Windows or Linphone/Bria on MAC OS X or Linux.

For more information:

lundi 20 décembre 2010

Boghe - IMS/RCS Client for Windows

We are proud to announce the availability of the first alpha release of Boghe, our IMS/RCS client for Windows XP, Vista and 7.

For more information:

lundi 18 octobre 2010

G.729 for ARM devices

I have started to develop an open source version of G.729 (Annex A and B) fully optimised for ARM devices.
For more information:

Support for G.729 by doubango.

We are proud to announce support for G.729 in doubango project. The first client used to demonstrate (experimental) this feature is IMSDroid. Please feel free to leave feedbacks.
To build IMSDroid with G.729AB:

mercredi 13 octobre 2010

IPv6 on Android 2.0

As you probably know, IPv6 is mandatory for IMS networks. The good news is that Android partially supports IPv6 since version 2.0.
Now, IMSDroid version 1.0.302 and later adds support for IPv6.