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I was scouring the news today and found some forward thinking companies are using Infocomm as the springboard to launch or help propel their WebRTC efforts. Who did? Well rather than a series of blog posts, here's a quick summary:
StarLeaf is promising video calling and conferencing hardware and software solution integration.
Vidtel and IntelePeer are working together to integrate the Vidtel MeetMe any-to-any cloud-based video conferencing service into its portfolio of SIP Trunking solution offerings.
BlueJeans Networks has finally gotten around to releasing their 2.0 version tied to their second anniversary.
-- Andy Abramson
Posted by Andy Abramson at 02:26 PM in VoIP, VoIP and Wi-FI, Web/Tech | Permalink
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