The new Ojo Vision features plug-and-play installation, a high-resolution seven-inch screen with high-fidelity audio and high-quality video performance. It connects to an LCD/TV/projector for expanded viewing. A bonus screen saver/digital photo frame allows users to display photos/images when the phone is not in use.
Ojo Vision also features VoIP telephony and multimedia applications along with networking technology. Specifically, it supports three-way audio calling, caller ID, call waiting, call forwarding, auto attendant, speed dial and more. An FXS telephone port provides digital integration for existing household phones. Future enhancements will include three-way video conferencing capabilities
NAT transversal technology requires zero configuration and enables plug-and-play installation.
WorldGate’s platform allows service providers, agents and customer acquisition companies to offer turnkey digital voice and video phone services. Retail, agent, wholesale, white-label and private-label programs are available.
Earlier this month WorldGate said it has received a purchase order for its new digital video phone from ACN Inc., which operates in 20 countries spanning North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. ACN has ordered 15,000 phones, which are scheduled to be delivered to ACN concurrent with their final quality assurance testing and technical acceptance. ACN has agreed to purchase a minimum of 300,000 video phones on an OEM basis over a two-year period.
Ojo Vision is scheduled for general availability in the near future through WorldGate and WorldGate Authorized Channel Partners. Monthly calling plans, including features and rates will be announced concurrent with the commercial availability, the company said in a press statement.
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February 24 2018 @ 12:15:30 UTC