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Ooma Unleashes “HD Telephone Calls” With PureVoice Technology

October 6th, 2010 10:34 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Ooma, my secret weapon when it comes to reducing the price of overseas calls, has just announced PureVoice, an “HD” voice technology that offers a “superior home telephony experience.” Essentially the system uses redundancy and compression to transmit voice packets at higher quality than you’d find in normal telephone conversations although, presumably, you’re still burdened by legacy voice technology on the carrier’s side.

You can check out a goofy demo of PureVoice on Ooma’s site. Press release follows.

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Source: Ooma Unleashes “HD Telephone Calls” With PureVoice Technology

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