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vFone Overview

Vitendo’s vFone is a comprehensive offering targeted to Mobile Operators supporting IMS/VCC, Generic Access (GA) (aka UMA) , or Voice over LTE via GA (VoLGA).


Ideal for nomadic users like business users, students etc, the vFone increases services ‘sticky-ness’ by providing single identity, ease of use and familiar user interface. Operators can now deliver voice calls, messaging and presence on laptops, mobile internet devices and offer their users a credible alternatives to other widely available public VoIP offerings. By bundling vFone with their existing convergence offerings i.e. Femtocells or terminal adaptors, service providers can extend service offering in locations with poor 2G/3G coverage or to users, not having a dedicated a mobile terminal, all without incurring a capex hit.


Architectured from ground up, keeping mobile service providers’ requirement in mind, vFone is built upon proven, field deployed components and provides comprehensive suite of protocols to manage security, mobility, and media.


vFone Features

  • 3GPP compliant i.e. TS 22.234, 24.229, 33.203, 44.318, 24.008
  • IETF compliant IPSec, IKEv2, EAP-SIM, EAP-AKA
  • Support for voice, video, presence and messaging
  • Supplementary services and Conference support
  • Voice Engine provides G.711, AMR, AEC and advanced PLC with adaptive jitter
  • Zero install
  • Complete SIM Management (PIN, PUK)
  • Desktop integration via plug ins for Microsoft Outlook©, Firefox©, Internet Explorer© and Windows Mail©
  • Multi-lingual, skin able user interface provides:

    • Contact Management
    • Call History Configuration
    • System Tray
    • Diagnostics logs, traces can be remotely viewed
    • Remote Software Upgrade


vFone Supported platforms

vFone is supported on Microsoft Windows based desktops/laptops and mobile handsets. New platforms can be easily supported.

  • Microsoft Windows XP(Service Pack 2)
  • Microsoft Windows Vista(32/64 bits)
  • Microsoft Windows 7
  • Windows Mobile
  • Android
  • Mac OS (scheduled for 4Q 2010)
  • Linux 2.6.x