INNOMEDIA BREAKS NEW GROUND WITH ENTRY-LEVEL
MTA 5410S VIDEOPHONES FOR THE MASS MARKET
Singapore— May 30, 2005— InnoMedia, a
leading supplier of Internet and broadband access IP telephony solutions,
today unveiled the new generation of entry-level videophones with innovative
features such as 3G interoperability and Voice-over-IP International call
capability. The MTA 5410S videophones feature a stylish yet classical
design, in a black and grey color combination, as well as a simple to
use icon-based graphical user interface.
Videophones for Everyone
The MTA 5410S is targeted and built for all value conscious consumers.
With quality at the heart of its design, the aesthetic appeal and interoperable
capabilities of the third generation of videophones is a testament of
what it does best, delivering high quality IP video telephony.
“The MTA 5410S is designed with a classical touch
and ease of use that will appeal to the general public, especially with
a competitive pricing that will enable carriers to put a videophone in
every household,” says Mr. Alex Chua, Senior Director, Product Management,
InnoMedia Pte Ltd.
With the success of InnoMedia videophones that are currently
in use throughout Hong Kong through a video telephony service called VFone,
offered by CK Communications and Hutchison Global Communications, the
portfolio of videophone availability to the masses will be increased with
the introduction of the MTA 5410S in June/July 2005.
“I am looking forward to the new model with the innovative
features and competitive pricing. This will enable us to bring the benefit
of video communications to many more customers.” says Mr. Gerald
Ma, Director of CK Communications Limited.
3G Mobile System Compatibility
The MTA 5410S is compatible with 3G networks and mobile videophones. Calls
can be made between fixed line videophones and 3G mobile videophones,
enabling face-to-face communications between homes, offices and mobile
users on the road. Currently, with the Vfone service in Hong Kong, subscribers
are making calls to Hutchison 3’s mobile 3G users, even when they
Support Firewall / Border Traversal Solution
The MTA 5410S supports network based firewall and border traversal solutions
offered by service providers, allowing telephony services to be deployed
behind NAT/Firewall environments in enterprises and homes.
ICON Based Graphic User Interface
The MTA 5410S is equipped with user-friendly menu architecture powered
by an icon-based Graphic User Interface (GUI) system. The user can easily
navigate and access the set of rich features available in the videophone.
Tunable Digital Camera
The MTA 5410S features a digital camera that not only allows manual adjustments
for personal color preferences, but also for fine precision when it is
About CK Communications
Founded in 2000, CK Communications Limited, a subsidiary of Cheung Kong
(Holdings) Limited, specializes in research and development with an aim
of leveraging and enhancing the latest communications technologies for
new product applications. The company’s particular focus lies in
the commercialization of technical products and solutions to bring new
dimensions to communications. Through the collaboration of partnership
with innovative technology players or carriers within and beyond the Cheung
Kong Group, CK Communications provides convergence of need-driven, user-friendly
and cost-effective communications solutions into everyday life.
Founded in 1995, InnoMedia, Inc. is a privately held multinational organization
with operations in the United States, Singapore, Taiwan and China. The
company delivers Internet and broadband access IP telephony solutions
to broadband service providers, as well as OEM and distribution partners.
InnoMedia has the most advanced, award-winning portfolio of IP telephony
solutions available in the market today, delivering high-quality voice
and video over any IP network. For more information on InnoMedia, visit
the company's website at www.innomedia.com
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