I've written before about why the Opus code is so incredibly important if we want to truly deliver a richer and better communications experience than we've had with the traditional PSTN and so it is great to see this support coming in to Linphone. Linphone is certainly not the first SIP softphone to support Opus - there are a number of others out there, including Jitsi and Counterpath's Bria (and X-Lite) - but it's definitely great to see another softphone added to the mix. Hopefully we'll also see this Opus support move to the desktop versions of Linphone (for Windows, OS X and Linux) as well.
Congrats to the Linphone team on making this happen!
P.S. Linphone also supports IPv6, ensuring that it will continue to work on all future networks.
- Why The Opus Codec Matters - Even If You Don't Care About Audio (also here)
- Audio: TDYR #025 - Why The Opus Codec Matters
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