The news was disclosed by Radvision in one of its press release during the 3GSM World Congress, happening in Cannes. The information passed to the media is that ASUSTek Ltd. has selected Radvision's 3G-324M Developer Toolkit for its upcoming line of 3G multifunction video phones, operating on the Microsoft’s Windows CE operating system and using an Intel chipset.
The media release says that the choice of the Radvision 3G-324M developer solution, including the industry’s first implementation of the ITU’s recently ratified version 10 of the H.245 call control, will enable ASUSTeK to develop a new breed of 3G visual communication devices that offer the best in quality, functionality, low power consumption, minimal call setup time and support of advanced multimedia services.
Based on this 3G Developer Toolkit, ASUSTeK’s new line of smartphones will enable users to experience video streaming and video portal-based services in addition to participating in high-quality one-to-one and multiparty visual communications with other users.
Radvision has ported its 3G-324M and SIP developer solutions to support a host of operating systems such as Windows
CE, Symbian and Embedded Linux and multimedia chipsets including Intel, TI, Qualcomm, and others.
ASUSTeK will use the Windows CE version of the Radvision 3G-324M Toolkit to develop a complete reference design for its new line of 3G Smartphones running the Windows CE operating system. It is understood the platform will be based on Windows Mobile software, which is based on a Windows CE kernel.