TeleSoft International is introducing a CompactSIP SDK pre-ported to Windows Mobile 5.0 with which chip makers and phone manufacturers can quickly add standards-based VoIP to wireless devices, and to mobile and wired phones.
The TeleSoft CompactSIP SDK features a ready-to-run stack of source code software running as a Pocket PC ARM emulator that ports directly to the 32-bit Advanced RISC Machine (ARM) processors that power all manner of consumer electronics. The SDK makes it easy for developers to build the necessary base for email, instant messaging, e-commerce, video, multimedia, navigation, click-to-call, soft-phone and other broadband Internet applications into new or enhanced smartphones, PDAs, Pocket PCs, datacards, handsets, media players and other business and personal devices.
Current applications for the CompactSIP include WiFi phones, media chips, gateways, set-top boxes, analog telephone adapters (ATAs) that turn traditional telephones into IP devices, and IP phones.
Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) is a signaling protocol used with Internet telephone calls, multimedia distribution and conferencing. Using SIP, telephony becomes another web application - and service providers can quickly deploy next-generation converged services with conventional mobile and fixed telecommunications networks.
Available as small as 63KB, TeleSoft's CompactSIP is ideal for applications that require a small memory footprint, long battery life, highest performance, and fastest path to market. In addition to Windows Mobile 5.0, CompactSIP also supports other operating systems, including Nucleus, Linux, VxWorks, MQX, Micrium, uCLinux and Windows CE.
TeleSoft's CompactSIP is available immediately to original design manufacturers (ODMs), original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), mobile platform developers and semiconductor companies.