TRAVERSE CITY — Appia Communications Wednesday announced that customers can make high definition calls across the Appia network, as long as they are between end-points that support the g.722 codec.
The g.722 codec has twice the frequency range of standard VoIP codecs. The codec does this while still using the same bandwidth as standard VoIP codecs.
“A call between two high definition phones sounds clearer and more true to life.” said Victor von Schlegell, president of Appia Communications. “It’s like the difference between listening to a transistor radio and a stereo. It even has better sound quality than traditional telephone service.”
To find out more about Appia Communications and high definition VoIP, contact your Appia partner, call (877) 277-4297 or visit www.appiaservices.com.
Appia Communications is a provider of managed communication and network services, with a focus on small to midsize companies and organizations. Headquartered in Traverse City, Appia serves markets nationwide, with operations in Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, and Washington D.C.
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