Glass "telecomputer" Android-based Platform

Earlier this year, Touch Revolution unveiled a desktop phone running Android; Now Cloud Telecomputers debuted a Glass "telecomputer" platform, that has the Android environment running on a TI OMAP processor, and all telephony (VoIP and DSP, SIP Stack and Voice Codecs) being handled by a separate Audiocodes processor. It comes with a unique suite of apps (screen sharing, visual voicemail, voice […]

Earlier this year, Touch Revolution unveiled a desktop phone running Android; Now Cloud Telecomputers debuted a Glass "telecomputer" platform, that has the Android environment running on a TI OMAP processor, and all telephony (VoIP and DSP, SIP Stack and Voice Codecs) being handled by a separate Audiocodes processor. It comes with a unique suite of apps (screen sharing, visual voicemail, voice to text and salesforce.com integration), but the value is in Android's extensibility. "By basing Glass on Google's Android, we’ve provided users with access to the entire world of Android apps. Instead of asking users to conform to proprietary standards, we feel that the value of Glass is maximized by working with applications that’re already available. New Android applications’re being created every day, and Android's user-supported development community’s constantly growing," the company said.