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Suite of 3G and WiFi development toolkits supports embedded Linux

Feb 25, 2004 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Radvision has added 3G and WiFi features to its line of toolkits for broadband mobile wireless application development that support Linux, among other OSes. Radvision's “Ensemble” toolkits now support “all the main application protocols needed for the delivery of one-way, bidirectional, and multipoint data and multimedia content over a broadband mobile network,” the company claims.

Supported protocols include:

  • SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) according to RFC3261
  • SIP/SIMPLE (Presence and Instant Messaging)
  • 3G-324M (for real-time multimedia over 3G)
  • RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol)
  • RTP/RTCP (Real Time Transport Protocol/Real Time Transport Control Protocol)

Upgraded toolkits that support Linux and embedded Linux (along with other operating systems) include:

  • SIP Toolkit — API libraries for developing all types of SIP User Agents, including 3G cellular phones and PDAs
  • SIP Server Platform — A framework for developing SIP Server applications. Supports IPv6 and Loose Routing.
  • 3G-324M Toolkit — APIs for developing advanced multimedia communication solutions for 3G networks and terminals.
  • RTSP Client Toolkit — Library for developing streaming applications for fixed IP or 3G.
  • RTP/RTCP Toolkit — Support new features required for 3G implementations

In addition to its Ensemble software development toolkits, Radvision offers professional design and development services, along with 3G-oriented hardware components.

“We provide the application toolkits, developer solutions, professional services, testing tools, and complementary components that enable innovative applications and services for 3G servers and mobile devices,” said Boaz Raviv, General Manager at Radvision.


 
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