Call it wideband telephony. Call it HD Voice.
I doesn’t matter what you call it. It’s here and it’s here to stay.
But where did wideband telephony first emerge? Where are we really at with HD calling today? And most importantly, what does the future for High Definition calling hold for us?
And with Phone.com’s recent announcement of the first ever Hosted HD voice phone network, I thought who better to talk about the past, present and future of wideband telephony than their EVP and CTO Alon Cohen. And I mean that because Alon’s no slouch.
He co-founder VocalTec and is the inventor of the Audio Transceiver that enabled the creation of Voice Over Networks products and eventually the VoIP industry. Told you he’s no slouch 🙂