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Kandy Makes its Way to Paris

December 16, 2014

Here in the U.S. we hear constantly about the innovations that UC and other technologies have brought to the marketplace. WebRTC is quickly becoming an important innovation because it makes communications truly ubiquitous- and this can go a long way for businesses that depend on communications and collaboration.

What we haven’t heard much about is what this market is doing outside of the U.S. and specifically in regions like Europe that have sometimes been later to catch on.

It seems though, when it comes to UC solutions, Europe is actually a pretty hot place to be right now. Earlier this year, Frost & Sullivan predicted the European videoconference market would grow from $1.78 billion in 2013 to $2.58 billion by 2019. And overall, the research firm noted the region is seeing explosive growth thanks to improved user interfaces and the ability to use mobile devices for conferencing. 

This week, market leaders in WebRTC will gather in Paris to discuss all the latest trends, and the future for WebRTC.

GENBAND, which is increasing its presence in the region, will participate in the event happening Dec. 16-18 and will be located at booth C.

At the event, Chris Vitek, the company’s WebRTC Evangelist, will be speaking Wed., Dec. 17 at 8:30 a.m. during, “WebRTC for Enterprises: History and Use Cases” which will take a look at where the technology came from, how it is being used now and its future.

Also on Dec. 17, Asi Elad, Vice President of Research & Development for Kandy fring, will be a featured panelist during the session titled, “To Build or not to Build your WebRTC Infrastructure “at 3:20 p.m.

And the company’s presence would not be complete without a demo of Kandy, its communications Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering.

Kandy, if you haven’t already heard is a real time communications software development platform that is built from GENBAND’s global telecommunications network and security technologies.

With the platform, it is possible for developers to easily embed a full suite of voice, video, chat, screen sharing and collaboration capabilities into their existing business, web and mobile applications.

The video below offers a quick overview: 

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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