Sorenson Communications® (www.sorenson.com) provides the highest-quality communication products and Video Relay Service (VRS) for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals. The company’s offerings include Sorenson Video Relay Service® (SVRS®), the highest-quality video interpreting service and the Sorenson ntouch® suite of products - the ntouch® VP videophone, ntouch® PC, ntouch® for Mac®, ntouch® Tablet and ntouch® Mobile, all designed specifically for use by deaf people.
2013 - Sorenson myPhone The Sorenson myPhone feature allows multiple ntouch accounts to be linked with one number.
2012 - ntouch for Mac and ntouch Tablet Sorenson continues to innovate with the addition of ntouch for Mac and ntouch Tablet.
2011 - ntouch VP, ntouch PC, and ntouch Mobile Sorenson introduces ntouch VP, ntouch PC, and ntouch Mobile, the next generation of products designed specifically for the deaf.
2009 - Sorenson Video Center The Sorenson Video Center is launched, providing information and entertainment to SVRS users.
2008 - Real Numbers Functionally-equivalent, local 10-digit numbers are implemented.
2007 - Sorenson VP-200 The VP-200® videophone is introduced.
2006 - Emergency Calls Sorenson Communications is the first provider to offer emergency calls via VRS.
2005 - Sorenson VRS Interpreting Centers New Sorenson VRS® Interpreting Centers are opened across the U.S.
2004 - Sorenson Videophone Booths Sorenson installs industry’s first videophone booths across the U.S. and introduces 24/7 VRS service.
2003 - Sorenson VRS Sorenson Communications begins offering SVRS.
2002 - Sorenson VP-100 Sorenson creates the VP-100® videophone.
1996 - Sorenson Vision, Inc. Sorenson Vision established. VisionLink, an ASL training CD, is released. Sorenson Vision begins to invest $50+ million to create a high-quality, low-cost videophone.