Creating VoIP/3G/VoLTE solutions for your future
Create your SIP-based application for Windows, iOS, Android base on our SDK.
The award-winning PortSIP VoIP/IMS SDK is a powerful and highly versatile set of tools to dramatically accelerate SIP application development. It includes a suite of stacks, SDKs, add-ons and sample projects. Each one enables developers to combine all the necessary components to create an ideal development environment for every application's specific needs. The SDK complies with IETF and 3GPP standards, and is IMS-compliant (3GPP/3GPP2). These high performance tools provide multiple API layers for full user control and flexibility.
IVR - short for Interactive Voice Response - automates interaction with telephone callers. Most people are familiar with IVR applications. These applications allow users to retrieve information such as bank balances, flight schedules, and movie show times from any telephone.
PortSIP IVR SDK(PortIVR) is a powerful Software Development Kit that allows create your own IVR system(IVR Server) in a easy way, it's built base on SIP RFC standard. The product has been proven around the world to be flexible, robust, and reliable. Learn more.
PortGo is a carrier-grade next generation softphone that built base on PortSIP VoIP/IMS SDK to enables you to manage your communications easily and efficiently – all from your computer desktop and mobile phone(iPhone, Android). Replacing or complementing your hard phone, the PortGo softphone allows you to make VoIP and Video calls over IP, see when your contacts are available, send Instant Messages and transfer files with ease and efficiency. Learn more.
We also offers a strategic business partnership to help Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) customize their own softphone base on PortGo that will accelerate take-to-market plans across the communications industry. Learn more.
Oct 18, 2012: Fujitsu Hong Kong Limited purchased PortSIP products.
Aug 28, 2012: Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM) is the world leader in 3G and next-generation mobile technologies, Qualcomm purchased PortSIP products for the voice LTE project.