The company will be jointly tapping the mid and large enterprises for this new solution.
BT and Dolby did a live demo of the Dolby Voice application and Conference phone at its Delhi based office. The service, BT MeetMe with Dolby Voice, offers high fidelity audio and voice separation to improve on the existing quality of audio conference calls.
It aims to create natural-sounding conversations, as poor audio quality can lead to lower productivity from participants.
Andrew Border, VP and general manager, communications business group, Dolby Laboratories said, “Audio conference is still the most frequently used technology but due to poor audio experience it could lead to increased fatigue levels and decreased productivity. The conference phone revolutionizes the way people communicate and collaborate.
BT MeetMe with Dolby Voice can also be integrated with Cisco Webex and Microsoft Lync.
Sudhir Narang, MD, BT In India, “Audio quality has tremendous effect on the productivity of meetings. With the BT MeetMe with Dolby voice application, end users gain substantial new benefits from the industry’s most popular collaboration platform.”
The Dolby Conference phone will be available in India later in 2015. Costs will be premium priced, as the service is IP-based and will not require dial-in charges.