The answer to this question is "yes and no." Allow us to explain. Telos is a member company of the N/ACIP workgroup. So are our friends, Comrex. As a result, there is some compatibility between the Telos ZIP ONE and the Comrex BRIC, such as when using g.722 mode. However, because the quality and reliability of public IP connections can be wildly inconsistant, both Telos and Comrex have developed their own sophisticated, proprietary techniques to improve the quality and reliability of coded audio over inconsistent links. For instance, Z/IP ONE uses our exclusive ACT Agile Connection Technology to dynamically adjust the buffers, bitrates, codec algorithms, and perform multiple levels of error correction and concealment. So, if you connect two Z/IP ONEs together, you'll get this "best effort/tech" using a combination of standard and proprietary tech - and Comrex devices will likely do the same. But these techniques are NOT part of a N/ACIP compatible mode. In other words, two N/ACIP compatible devices from different manufacturers will work together using their most basic settings, but best performance over the public Internet is going to come from having the same device at each end of the connection.