Global IP Solutions (GIPS) is tossing its development software into the Apple iPhone 3G VoIP ring, the company said.
The company’s VoiceEngine Mobile software is available now. Its price is determined with a license model and differs based on the size of the customer, said spokeswoman Terry May.
GIPS said it expects that customers will develop software using the iPhone’s Wi-Fi connection to circumvent the AT&T network. Several recent reports indicate that some customers are having reception problems using AT&T’s 3G network with the phone.
“The popularity of the iPhone, along with the emergence of various applications and faster connectivity, makes it an ideal platform for developing applications that incorporate quality real-time VoIP, giving consumers real-world communication experiences like in-game, multiperson chat,” said Emerick Woods, GIPS CEO, in a statement.