We all know what it’s like to want to make an audio or video call via our computers or mobile devices. It can be a bit of a process if you don’t have an application like Skype or FaceTime downloaded or you find out you need to download an update three minutes before an important call.
WebRTC is positioned to transform video collaboration, enabling in-browser communication without needing to install Flash or Java clients or build a back end platform. First introduced by Google in 2011 as an open-source project, Daitan Group has been a trailblazer in implementing this new technology in commercial applications. Daitan has managed to combine WebRTC technology with complementary technologies to both enable WebRTC collaboration to be embedded into existing web applications and bridge the gap to traditional voice and video applications. Not only are programs like Flash or Java no longer needed to successfully implement web-based RTC, but most of the implementation process happens via the cloud in a virtualized environment.
If you haven’t had a chance to see WebRTC in action, please join us for an overview and special demonstration on November 12. Graham Holt, Daitan’s EVP of Sales & Marketing, will go into some depth about this technology and its business implications at the next meeting of the Tri-Valley Technology Professionals Meetup to be held at Veeva Systems, Inc. in Pleasanton, California. Graham is one of the key proponents of WebRTC and is a leading expert in this area. In June, he was awarded TMC’s 2014 WebRTC Pioneer Award for his contributions and for being an advocate for this up and coming technology.
If you would like to meet up with a member of the Daitan team to learn more about WebRTC and what it will do for businesses moving forward, please email us at email@example.com