Includes multi-protocol instant messaging, HD VoIP and 6-way video conferencing
Goober Networks has introduced the public beta version of goober 3.0, a new unified communications offering that includes multi-protocol instant messaging, HD (high definition) voice to landlines and cell phones and 6-way video conferencing calls to PCs including Windows and Macintosh.
The Goober 3.0 supports 227 countries, offering HD VoIP calling worldwide, and allowing users to save up to 90% on all phone calls, the company claims.
Global IP Solutions, a provider of HD voice and video processing offerings, will power Goober’s HD VoIP calling and video conferencing with GIPS VoiceEngine and GIPS VideoEngine, Goober Networks said.
According to Goober Networks, the new version delivers HD VoIP calling across multiple PCs, including Windows and Macintosh, and the iPhone and iPad with gooberVoIP, which works over Wi-Fi and 3G networks. No additional hardware is required by the service provider or the end user.
The current beta version offers 4-way video conferencing. However, the final public release of goober 3.0 will support a 6-way video conferencing capability.
Peter Uhlich, CEO of Goober Networks, said: Goober Chat offers multiple protocol messaging features, allowing friends to join chats, even if they’re using other messengers besides goober, such as ICQ, MSN, GoogleTalk, Jabber, AOL, Yahoo! and QQ – no other UC provider offers this cross-platform chat capability and we’re excited to be the first to bring this capability to the market, so people can simplify their communications from one location.
Goober 3.0 is the perfect solution for anyone who is looking for ways to easily stay connected; they can publish, connect and share content and voice and video communications anytime, anywhere.