Ecrio announces MTC VoLTE for Cat-M1/LTE-M Deployments
Cupertino, California, March 14, 2017 – Ecrio, the leading provider of LTE real time communications client software, announced today the availability of iota, a Voice over LTE (VoLTE) solution for Machine Type Communication (MTC) targeting LTE-M devices. iota enables low cost, low-power and bandwidth limited IoT devices with HD Voice capability.
Ecrio’s iota brings security, messaging and calling based on IMS/VoLTE to Internet of Things (IoT). It is ideally suited for resource limited devices such as wearables, PoS terminals, health terminals and alarm panels requiring voice calling capability. Built on the robust and proven FlexIMS™ architecture, iota is optimized for Real Time OS (RTOS).
“Telephony is an important part of LTE-M and a differentiator from other unlicensed low power wide area access solutions,” noted Alan Quayle, Telecom Industry Analyst and TADHack founder, ” I applaud communication software specialist Ecrio for accelerating the readiness of telephony for the LTE-M chipset and device ecosystem “.
“As a leading vendor of VoLTE for Cat-1 devices, we are pleased to offer our customers a migration path to LTE-M devices,” said Michel Gannage, Founder and CEO of Ecrio. “We look forward to enabling low power wide-area LTE voice calling in a variety of vertical IoT markets.”
Ecrio is the leading supplier of 4G/LTE real time communications client software. Ecrio offers a comprehensive suite of standards compliant (3GPP, GSMA) Communications Client Solutions including Advanced Messaging, Rich Communication Services (RCS), Voice and Video over LTE (VoLTE/ViLTE), and WiFi Calling. Built on the patented FlexIMSTM Architecture, Ecrio solutions can be deployed on chip (iota), on devices (MCCS) or in the cloud (nimbus). Ecrio’s customers include industry Tier 1 operators, leading device makers and chipset platform providers. For more information, please visit www.ecrio.com.
FlexIMSTM and iotaTM are trademarks of Ecrio Inc.
Source: Ecrio Inc.
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