LONDON Trinity Convergence, a developer of embedded communications software for VoIP and V2IP (video- and voice-over-IP), is expanding its research & development center in Cambridge.
The company has moved to a new facility in the Cambridge Business Park to enable the expansion of the team which is developing technologies that will enable services such as personal video conferencing from a wireless device, to be available to VoIP users around the world.
David Brown, CTO of Trinity Convergence, said, “Our team is growing rapidly, and Cambridge offers a talented pool of engineers from which to draw for our on-going product development activities in advanced IP-based telephony technologies.”
Trinity Convergence develops and licenses the VeriCall family of comprehensive and pre-integrated VoIP and V2IP solutions for developers of telecom equipment such as IP phones, video phones, VoIP residential gateways, IP PBXs, and carrier-class gateways. It provides manufacturers of communications equipment with software to implement all aspects of VoIP and V2IP in a range of equipment from consumer electronics devices to network infrastructure equipment.
Trinity also opened a sales office in California, and plans to open a sales and support office in Taiwan later this year.