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February 01, 2014

WebRTC Week in Review

This has been quite a week for WebRTC. Let’s take a look at some of the key stories from the past seven days as we enjoy the weekend.

VoxImplant had quite a week as they introduced call functionality to JivoSite Live Chat. The move towards WebRTC functionality helps with customer service and allows for browser-based real-time communications. “We chose VoxImplant because it made development easy and because the technology has the key capabilities that we need to expand our service,” said Tim Valishev, CEO of JivoSite.

It was also an exciting week for everyone in WebRTC as ITEXPO 2014 took place in Miami, Fla. Priologic was on the scene to introduce its EasyRTC system, which brings together a JavaScript API, working source code in several languages, and a scalable backend signaling service that can be set out on several different platforms from Linux and Mac OS X to Windows.

GENBAND made waves with the announcement of its Generation Enterprise framework for IP convergence and SMARTOFFICE 2.O—the enhanced version of its UC solution that can run on premise or in the cloud, which now features the first commercially available WebRTC client from a major UC player and is a key part of the Generation Enterprise value proposition.

Elsewhere this week, Sansay received a U.S. patent for WebSBC, a process that enables providers to offer enhanced Web-based multimedia services more quickly and reliably. Since Sansay was granted a U.S. patent, it seems that there’s nothing stopping the company from continuing to prospect as it did prior to WebRTC’s debut.

That’s it for this week in WebRTC. Enjoy the rest of your weekend and we look forward to what happens within this industry in the seven days ahead!

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