November 16, 2004
The Corinex Internet VideoPhone delivers quality audio and video with speeds of up to 30 frames per second in an attractive compact design.
Corinex Communications Corp announced the immediate availability of its Internet VideoPhone with NAT Firewall support, the industry’s first implementation of MPEG4 in an IP video SoftPhone, and SIP support to ensure operation in any environment.
With minimal bandwidth requirements, at 128 kbps, the phone is capable of one-click videoconferencing with the included high-quality 320k pixel VGA CMOS sensor.
The VideoPhone’s software is customizable for users and operators, and has built-in support for several free service providers including AddaVoice, Free World Dialup, VoipTalk, SIP Phone and Ecuity. It is also compatible with all major VoIP providers.
Corinex’ focus is on networking products that transmit data over a premise’s already-existing cable infrastructure (electrical, coaxial and phone lines), and via wireless connections. It has a 48% share in the HomePlug (powerline networking) market, and its products are well-suited to the SOHO, enterprise, education, government, hospital, and hotel markets.