WebRTC World Feature Article

July 24, 2013

Video Chat Startup vLine Wowed the Crowd at WebRTC


The recent WebRTC conference held in Atlanta saw many award winners, and one of the most notable ones was vLine, trailblazers in the field of video chat.

The company has been so successful and its product so well received that it was given the “Best Conferencing Award” at the show. As the company says on its website, “For the first time, you can create your own private video chat service, where you control the user database, branding, and customer experience. All without sacrificing call quality or functionality.”

In short, vLine offers users the opportunity to maintain total control over their video chatting capabilities and functions. The vLine service comes with a rich, customizable, Web-based communications client, and users can get started without writing a single line of code, then progressively integrate it with their website using hooks for authentication, contact management, and more.

At the WebRTC conference, the company gave a compelling live demonstration of the product, showing how simple it is to use:

At its website, vLine offers simple, step-by-step instructions on how to get started, and also has a short video for an even simpler launch.

The company has been focused on its product for the past two years, but all that hard work has paid off. In a blog shortly after WebRTC, vLine said: “One of the toughest decisions you have to make as a startup is how much time and effort to spend building your product vs. promoting it. For most of the last two years, we decided to remain laser focused on the building side of things. As a result, when we showed up at the WebRTC Expo in Atlanta last week, a lot of people in the WebRTC community hadn’t heard of us. That made it all the more rewarding to leave the conference with both the Audience Choice Award, which was awarded based on voting from conference participants, and the Best Conferencing Award, which was awarded by a panel of judges to the best multi-party conferencing solution.”

In short, it appears both the audience and the judges made the right choice.




Edited by Blaise McNamee




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