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The reason WebRTC is seeing such a growth in a short period of time is it offers incredible opportunities to businesses, small and large, without investing large amounts of money. In the past, if you wanted to offer a personalized customer service for your business it meant a large investment. With this platform, it is possible to implement voice and video-enabled websites that let your customers interact with you anytime without plugins to download and install on your PC and mobile device. Any business can start offering personalized service to their customers and be available all the time, whether you are in your office or home or on your mobile device.
In order to further accelerate the adoption and abilities of WebRTC, Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. has released a prototype implementation of the CU-RTC-Web Proposal. This prototype on HTML5Labs demonstrates some of the capabilities of WebRTC by allowing voice chatting between different, normally non-interoperable, computers and browsers.
Voxeo Labs is joining the effort to improve real-time communications between Web browsers by offering a support system for the WebRTC project currently under way at The Phono Project, a product of Voxeo Labs.
Cisco Jabber users can jibber-jabber all the more now, with software designed to extend the Jabber experience to virtual desktops on Cisco and third-party thin clients. The Virtualization Experience Media Engine (VXME) will be made available for Cisco thin clients soon, followed by support for third-party devices.
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