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Third Generation magicJack WiFi

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The newest development of the magicJack series is the magicJack WiFi, developed by VocalTec Communications Limited.  This highly advanced device is expected to be released in the fourth quarter of 2012.  There are a number of exciting new developments with the new magicJack WiFi, including functions that are expected it to make it the easiest, and most convenient Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) devices ever.

The magicJack WiFi is expected to feature a new chipset that greatly enhances the device’s capabilities.  In addition to the magicJack Plus chip’s 14 current functions, the magicJack WiFi is expected to gain another 7 new functions.  This new TJ980 chip delivers a dedicated high-speed local bus for Wi-Fi, an LCD panel display, automatic audio gain control, video compression, engineer, double clock DDR memory, and a power-saving sleep mode, amongst other new capabilities.  With its increased power, the new magicJack WiFi is expected to provide exceptional voice clarity and quality, with no background noise, whistling, or echoing.  In fact, during its preliminary testing, Dan Borislow, the CEO of VocalTec, was shocked at the quality of the call he received from the developer of the magicJack WiFi’s chip, using the magicJack WiFi prototype.  He stated that he could not believe the clarity of the call, especially since the device was so early in its testing phase.

The new magicJack WiFi is expected to add other functions, as well.  In addition to providing high-quality phone service through the user’s high-speed Internet connection, the magicJack WiFi should be able to act as a Wi-Fi access point when it is plugged into a cable or DSL modem.  Additionally, the device may be able to receive Wi-Fi for Video on Demand purposes. This new magicJack device is anticipated to be one of the most widely accepted and utilized VoIP phone products ever. 

The company expects to have a huge demand for the product, so they are currently producing large quantities of the device to meet this demand.  A large part of this demand is expected to come from a market that has under-utilized VoIP phone services-businesses.  With advancing technology, including smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other digital devices, the utilization of digital phone service is expected to increase dramatically.  This is especially true for small businesses, many of whom are looking for cost-cutting measures wherever they can be found.  The TJ980 chip is expected to support up to 40 business phones, so small business owners can cut their costs, without cutting the quality of their phone service.

The magicJack WiFi is also expected to continue to provide its users with free calls anywhere within the United States and Canada.  They will also be able to continue to make other international calls for a low per-minute rate.  The device is expected to be about the same size as previous magicJack models, at about the size of a flash drive.  This device, however, should be much easier to set up, and users could begin making calls in just seconds after plugging the device into a power outlet.  For the time being, the cost of the magicJack WiFi has not been released.  Consumers can be certain, however, that it will certainly be much less than the cost of phone service delivered by a traditional landline telephone service provider.

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July 24th, 2012 at 8:46 pm

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  1. Here’s some Future Ideas, coming from an Inventor myself that Dan Borislow needs to consider as well:

    1. Make a Magic-Phone.
    His MagicJack device will be embedded inside a phone thus, making it wifi (i know they exist, but not with Dan) so when you roam, it can connect via hotspots and wifi.

    2. Twitter-like features. To be able to send someone an email, text, code, or pic/movie while talking to that individual (or briefly interrupting conversation) through the magicbox/phone that they can retrieve later on via USB, SDCARD would be a nice feature.

    3. Eventually make a MagicVideoCellPhone to do live streams on about a 3″ screen (requires exceptionally great codecs & protocol handling to pull off) so people can ‘see’ (what they shouldn’t).

    4.Magic Radios – These little babies can tune into RF signals, Transmit/Receive/CODEC to/from local friends in case of emergencies or the entire network is down, giving them FTP capabilities from one place to another.

    5.Contact is required to view this idea, Self-employed & got a MILLION of them!
    -Art

    UART

    26 Nov 12 at 2:36 pm

  2. Alas it is now the end of 2013 (Dec 31) and still no wifi. Yes, they say they have “The New 2014 MagicJack Plus+” available for order but (1) wifi feature is not yet enabled and they don’t know when it is scheduled to get enabled and (2) there is no LCD screen as mentioned by the author. The difference in the old magicjack Plus (non-wifi) and the new magicjack Plus+ (wifi) is the presence of a female USB port on the side of the dongle yet no one at magicJack can say yet how that port will get used to implement wifi. So more than a year later than the expected release, the new Plus+ version that supposedly will support wifi still does not support wifi. Hopefully the new chip is in the new Plus+ version they’re selling now so, at least, their customers get better call quality and none of that annoying echo.

    VanguardLH

    31 Dec 13 at 7:17 pm

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