The samples and explanations provided are first rate. They clearly illustrate the merit in ultra-low-latency for some applications, as well as exemplify how CELT currently fares against other common codecs at a variety of bit-rates and with various types of source material.
As someone who's passionately involved spreading the gospel of HDVoice I've been following the mailing list of the IETF CODEC Working Group. They've been working towards a new IETF RFC on a brand new wideband codec standard. Starting with four submissions…
Sometimes the simplest questions result in the most interesting path of investigation. So it has been with Soljon’s initial question;
I am looking for an IP phone that supports G.722 and has audio inputs / outputs so I can connect it to my mixer. We are trying to connect two studios together for an online radio station. I have yet to find anything other than high end Polycom gear that has something like RCA in/out jacks. Have you by any chance come across anything?