Fring is introducing its Dynamic Video Quality technology for video calls, which will optimize videos based on a network’s bandwidth and will allow video calls to continue even if calls switch to lower speed networks (such as EDGE from 3G). With adaptive video calls, video calls won’t be dropped if a caller’s bandwidth drops off. Instead, a DVQ symbol will appear on the call and video call quality will be downgraded based on network speeds.
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