Dolby® Voice™ is a complete client and server system that provides the most natural and effective online meeting experience. Finally, everyone on the call can hear and be heard.
Delivers a spatial audio scene that allows users to clearly identify who is speaking and what is being said, even in dynamic conversations
Suppresses background noise and delivers clear audio at consistent volume levels
Supports G.711 and G.722 codecs for traditional telephony participants
Provides service-provider scale using commercial off-the-shelf hardware
Includes a robust API with easy integration into service-provider architectures
Dolby's expertise in core signal processing and human psychoacoustic perception gives us a unique ability to improve the audio conferencing experience. With Dolby Voice, online-meeting attendees will truly feel as if they're in the same room. All attendees will become participants, engaging more naturally in the conversation.
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Easy to Implement
Dolby Voice is a software solution that runs on industry-standard hardware, with open APIs for integration into existing service-provider architectures. The soft-client subsystem supports Microsoft® Windows®, Mac OS®, iOS, and Android™ operating systems, and it can also be easily integrated into the broader conferencing client.
Dolby Voice technology works well in unmanaged network environments over the public Internet, without a specific quality of service configuration.
The Dolby Voice conferencing system gives service providers higher performance, richer impairment monitoring, and seamless integration.
Sound Business Sense
Businesses that use services powered by Dolby Voice will see an increased ROI for their collaboration tools. Meetings will be more effective due to improved communication, with greater efficiency, accuracy, and clarity. Effective and natural communications speed up business processes. When online business conferences actually live up to their promise, travel expenses will go down.
With Dolby Voice, people can focus on the conversation, not the connection.