Real Time Communications from our Industry Experts

  • Mobile Industry Wants Money Making Codecs in WebRTC Specs
    WebRTC has been in development for three years. Last month, GSMA issued a white paper on WebRTC codecs saying the IETF should require AMR, AMR-WB, and H.264 to avoid network transcoding. What the whit…
  • What Does WebRTC Mean to Business? WebRTC Evangelist from GENBAND Will Tell All
    The WebRTC market is increasingly important for technology. It will let users communicate in real time over any Web browser and so far, the WebRTC API is available in Chrome, Firefox and Opera. It pro…
  • GENBANDCare Takes the Hassle Out of Support and Maintenance
    Of course, ensuring that an IT system is up to date also is an upside of modern IT; insecure systems are kept to a minimum, and the value from an ecosystem of IT systems that work together almost goes…
  • Cloud Call Record is a Killer Feature
    I'm something of an archivist at heart, so over the years I've collected audio recordings in the thousands. Some of them are real gems, such as a recording of the first time I met my future husband. B…
  • Amazon's Mayday Button, One Year Later
    Amazon sales reps have worked with customers through Mayday to do everything from beat levels at Angry Birds to how to make a perfect peanut butter and jelly sandwich. (Presumably, however, most quest…

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  • Security and Video Communications: Opportunities, Economics, Standards & Simplification
    It seems like you cannot read a newspaper these days without seeing some sort of news about security.   Stories about large retailers getting hacked, social media sites getting a little too personal or even our own government looking in p…
  • Home Security with WebRTC
    By Chris Vitek Recently, I spent some time at the Machine-2-Machine conference and was more than a little surprised by what the attendees were interested in. There was keen interest in two specific areas. The first was home automation and…
  • Video Collaboration: A Hive Of M&A Activity Lighting Up The Real Time Communications World
    By Chris Vitek Question: What do Google, Telefonica, Cisco, Oracle, Yahoo, Fidelity, Snapchat and now Blackboard have in common? Answer: they have all acquired or financed companies that offer Web Real-time Communications (WebRTC) solutio…
  • Video Chatting Little League
    By Chris Vitek In late April of this year, Comcast announced the use of WebRTC in their X1 platform. The official X1 announcement is here. This announcement describes  the company’s vision for changing the way that we use communications i…

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Simply Mobile

Mobile service providers worldwide are recognizing that collaborating with partners using APIs can be used to generate new sources of revenue...

Kandy Feature Demo – Concierge

Provide a premium concierge service to your customers with the ability to video chat, share screens, recommend products, and more...

Kandy Feature Demo - Business Assistant

Keep work and home life separate with your own business number you can use for voice, texting, and voicemail...

Kandy Feature Demo - Meet With Video

Participate in a 4-party WebRTC conference, complete with moderator features, in a dedicated room with a vanity URL...

Kandy Feature Demo – Collaboration

Improve the efficiency of your communications by providing real time sharing of documents, images, videos, and more...

Featured Whitepapers

New! Opportunities for CSPs in WebRTC and embedded communication

In recent years, the emergence of app-based services like Skype and WhatsApp has dramatically changed the way communications services are produced, consumed and monetised. This new delivery model has seriously undermined the legacy business models of traditional communications service providers (CSPs) as it has uncoupled the service from the network, breaking the user–CSP relationship. CSPs can accept commoditisation and focus on network costs, or they can try to reinvent their propositions with new offers that reconnect the service experience with their networks.

Is Your Network Ready for the Internet of Everything?

The telephone industry is undergoing a dramatic transformation that began with the introduction of IP-based data networks in the early 1990s and then with Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) in the late 1990s, and it now includes all forms ofvoice, video, and messaging communications.

Building a Secure and Scalable Multimedia IP Exchange

As fixed and mobile operators increasingly move to IP-based networks, the complexity required to interconnect these networks grows dramatically. Faced with increasing competition from all corners and constant challenge to grow revenues, operators are struggling with the variety and disparities in partner and customer networks.

Featured Case Studies

CASE STUDY: Real Time Communications Made Easy Via The Mobile Web

HubRTC offers the world's first WebRTC communication as a service to small and medium businesses, combining browser-based voice, video and messaging over WiFi that works on personal computers and Android smartphones and tablets. Their basic and premium solutions work with existing PBX applications servers, and support rich feature sets including voice mail and visual voice mail, audio and video conferencing, all for a fraction of the cost of old fashioned "phone systems." They have combined their Real Time Communications experts with software, devices and accessories, and cloud platforms to deliver a true office-on-the-run.

CASE STUDY: TW Telecom Accelerates Market Adoption of SIP Trunking Services

tw telecom is one of the top three largest providers of Business Ethernet in the US, connecting approximately 20,000 commercial buildings and third-party data centers to its national fiber network.

CASE STUDY: Embedding Real-Time Communications Into Digital Interactive Publishing Platforms

X-Factor Communications (XFC) is a premium provider of easy-to-use, interactive digital media software and services delivering single point publishing of Mass Notifications, advisories, emergency messages, rich informational content and advertising to any connected device.

Featured Webinars

WebRTC Applications for Service Providers using GENBAND'S SPiDR Gateway

GENBAND's SPiDR WebRTC Gateway provides an intelligent bridge between SIP/IMS based VoIP networks and the open ecosystem of the Internet. WebRTC holds great promise to revolutionize the nature of our daily communications. But what should you, as a service provider, be doing today to take advantage of this movement?

LTE, How Can You Accelerate The Payback? Diameter Signaling Controller

Speaker: Ashish Jain - Director Solutions Marketing