SoliCall developed patented technology for improving audio quality in telephony. SoliCall’s unique audio noise reduction software includes noise reduction featuring innovative profile-based noise reduction, client or cloud based echo cancellation and automatic gain control. With SoliCall’s noise cancellation software you can easily improve voice quality in VoIP, PSTN etc. SoliCall’s technology can work on mobile phones, desktops, VoIP networks and cloud.

Patented and unique profile-based technology available out-of-the-box.

Easily integrated in mobile devices, clients and servers including any proprietary platform.

Plug-and-play solution for operators, call centers and cloud-based communication.

Improve audio quality and increase MOS.

Why choose us ?

  • Cutting edge technology

    Our advanced and innovative technology has matured over the years by solving highly complex audio quality issues taking into account challenging demands from our customers. Moreover, we never rest and we keep investing and improving our technology while increasing the satisfaction of our respectable customer base.

  • Track record

    Years of experience enable us to provide a professional solution to any audio quality issue you might encounter. The fact that our technology is used world-wide to filter billions of voice chat minutes per month serves as good indication for both the quality of our technology and for our commitment to our customers.

  • We care

    Our dedicated professional support team will help you analyze the audio behavior in your system and will guide you on the best tuning to maximize audio quality in your environment.

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