Foxconn To Tap Spirent Framework to Develop High Quality VoLTE Phones

Foxconn To Tap Spirent Framework to Develop High Quality VoLTE Phones Image Credit: Spirent

Taiwan-based Foxconn will work together with Spirent Communications to develop mobile phones with high quality VoLTE voice and video calling capabilities. Foxconn, the largest OEM device manufacturer of mobile handsets, will be using Spirent's BEEHD VoLTE Client Framework to design and develop Android-based mobile handsets that will allow users to use VoLTE voice and video calling services.

With BEEHD, the handsets will be optimized to provide better communication capabilities and provide users with better quality of experience, said Spirent. BEEHD also includes internal IMS/VoLTE capabilities that allow developers to build voice and video enabled mobile handsets that can easily run on VoLTE compliant networks.

Andy Horng, Director of Software Design Center of FIH Mobile Limited
Spirent has worked closely with us to optimize the solution for enabling hardware-accelerated VoLTE voice and video calls. 

Pierre Hagendorf, General Manager of Spirent’s Developer Tools Business Unit.
Foxconn is using BEEHD through the development of LTE mobile handsets, from initial design through to wide scale deployment on major mobile operators' networks, and we are very pleased with the success of the collaboration.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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