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CounterPath works industry-leading technology to solve the complex technology and innovation challenges associated with IP Multimedia Subsystems (IMS), Fixed Mobile Convergence (FMC), Session Initiation Protocol (SIP-based) services and XMPP services.
To learn more about becoming a Technology Partner, contact us at email@example.com.
At CounterPath, we are committed to ensuring our products and services interoperate with platforms and devices that offer a commitment to security, quality of service and open standards to promote reuse, reliability and flexibility for our customers and resellers.
CounterPath Technology Partners gain access to several co-marketing opportunities including, but not limited to, inclusion in press releases and media features, trade show cooperation and placement in marketing materials.
Technology Partners who have successfully completed interoperability testing are granted permission to use the "CounterPath Certified" logo. The partner's logo is added to CounterPath's website under the Partners section and the results of the testing are released to the public (per the IOT agreement).
CounterPath is dedicated to promoting interoperability among devices. We welcome the opportunity to test any product that adds value to our softphone offerings.
Before your product is submitted for testing, we will assess its ability to interoperate with our softphone. This way we can immediately provide feedback if we determine that the product will not interoperate and avoid any unnecessary costs.
When you send us your request please provide the following information. This information will be the basis for our assessment so please provide as much detail as possible:
We will contact you once we have finished the assessment and arrange to have your products shipped to our testing facility.
Once we have received your product, we will run through a number of technical tests which will test the normal operation of the product and its ability to interoperate with our softphone. This testing will include analysis of any standards supported by the product such as UPDI or Bluetooth.
Objective and subjective testing will be performed to analyze the quality of the media such as audio and video if these apply. Any features that the product supports such as volume buttons, dialing and hangup, video adjustment and any others will be tested.
There may be some cases where we require consultation support to educate us about your product and to eventually achieve interoperability. When testing standards such as UPDI and Bluetooth, we will take an iterative approach to testing the product which will also require consultation with your technical contact.
The testing will normally take place over a 2 week period unless product support is required in which case the test period may be extended to 4 weeks.
A full testplan will be developed for each individual product and the test results from each test session will be made available to you.
Once your product has been fully tested and has proven to be interoperable with our softphone, we will provide a formal co-marketing agreement which enables you to display our "CounterPath Certified" logo. This agreement will be sent to you together with the test results.
For more information about this program, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our interoperability and certification program covers signaling and media testing between Bria/eyeBeam and other network elements.
The signaling protocol standard to be tested is the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and the related standards including SDP, DTMF, the SIMPLE and XMPP standards for presence and IM, and codec standards and implementations for both audio and video media. For more information about the supported standards and RFC documents, see SIP and Open Standards.
CounterPath strives to ensure interoperability with all network elements. Most network interoperability testing is performed remotely as part of the partner's IOT program. For those partners who do not have a formal program, we work with these companies to develop a custom testing event.
To participate in network interoperability testing, contact us at email@example.com
Our device interoperability and certification program provides the ability for you to test your products with our softphone. Our goal is to ensure that softphone users experience high quality audio and video calls so it is important that each device is tested and certified to guarantee quality.
The following products are interoperable with CounterPath's Bria and eyeBeam softphones.
|Company||Product Name||Product Type|
|Acme Packet||Net-Net SBC||SBC|
|Siemens AG||HiPath 8000||Application Server|
|Siemens AG||OpenScape||Application Server|
The following USB and Bluetooth headset devices have been tested and certified to work with Bria 4.6 (includes Bria Retail, Bria Stretto and custom brands), as well as with X-Lite 4.9.6. Many other USB headset devices also work with Bria, with varying degrees of supported functionality, but have not undergone formal certification testing and thus are not listed in the table below.
|Plantronics||Blackwire 500 Series|
|Plantronics||Blackwire 700 Series|
|Plantronics||Calisto 600 Series*|
|Plantronics||EncorePro 540 with DA80|
|Plantronics||EncorePro 710/720 with DA80|
|Plantronics||HW251N with DA45|
|Plantronics||Savi 400 Series*|
|Plantronics||Savi 700 Series|
|Plantronics||Voyager Edge UC*|
|Plantronics||Voyager Focus UC*|
|Plantronics||Voyager Legend UC*|
|Jabra||Speak 510 UC*|
|Jabra||UC Voice 750|
As of Bria 4.5 / X-Lite 4.9.5, users are required to install Plantronics Hub software on their desktops; this software can be downloaded from the following link: http://www.plantronics.com/ca/product/plantronics-hub-desktop By installing this software, users will gain access to some / all of the following functionality: synchronization between soft phone and headset for mute, volume up / down, hold call and answer / hang up buttons; ability to switch audio between devices (e.g. from headset to built-in speaker), optimized interactions when running multiple soft phones (e.g. Skype and Bria), as well as core functionality such as incoming / outgoing call ringing on headset and call audio support. At this time, volume up/down is supported, but the volume up/down button presses on a subset of Plantronics devices (notably Savi 440, Savi 740-M and Voyager devices) are not reflected on the Bria softphone.
Jabra users are required to install Jabra Direct software on their desktops (Windows, Mac). By installing this software, users will gain access to some / all of the following functionality: synchronization between soft phone and USB headset for mute, hold call and answer / hang up buttons; ability to switch audio between devices (e.g. from headset to built-in speaker; core functionality such as incoming / outgoing call ringing on headset and call audio support.
As a general rule of thumb, users are advised to test any headset prior to purchase to ensure the devices functionality meets their needs.
*These headsets include a USB Bluetooth adapter and have been tested for interoperability. If you encounter interoperability issues with your headset when paired with your computer’s native Bluetooth support, then we recommend pairing your headset with the USB Bluetooth adapter instead.
For more information about our testing with headsets, check out the General Notes About Headsets page.
Bluetooth headsets typically provide basic audio support only, when used in conjunction with Bria iOS and Android soft phones; functions such as Answer and Hang-Up are currently not supported. The following list of headsets have been validated with Bria mobile products, for basic audio support only:
|Plantronics||Voyager Pro HD|
For more information about our testing with headsets, check out the Headset Notes tab above.
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We actively test against versions of Windows 7 and higher, OSX 10.9 and higher, iOS 8 and higher, and Android versions 4.1 and higher.
Phones often have Carrier Specific software loaded on them, which can affect your operation. Android is a highly customizable system, which presents a challenge for supporting accessories like Headsets.
For these reasons,
If you have a headset that does not support the basic functionality, we ask that provide the following information when contacting us:
If you have a headset that does not support any extended functionality, we ask that you also advise us as to which features are not working.
For our testing, we use unlocked devices purchased directly from Apple as our test phones, and we test these against a pool of devices.
As the vast majority of users generally update iOS devices to most recent firmware, we always test against the most recent version of Apple's iOS software. We do not as a matter of course test against older versions of iOS.
We do not support devices with Jailbroken Firmware, as often Jailbreaks affect the performance of the device in unknown ways. We don't prevent you from using our software with Jailbroken devices, but we can only support official Apple firmwares.
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