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Vidtel Adds WebRTC Sharing

Vidtel, whom I am a shareholder in, continues to make moves in the WebRTC space with news today adding WebRTC-based screen sharing and content sharing. Now MeetMe participants can use their web browser to join and participate in videoconferences and with the news today, they can share content with other participants.  Because it's all software based and lives within the browser no hardware equipment, software plug-ins or downloads are required. 

This is one of the first of what I am calling "BV&V" for beyond voice and video involving WebRTC, so while many of us are excited about the browser replacing the phone, softphone or mobile phone because of it, the possibilities of what WebRTC brings to real time communications are just beginning to see their surfaces scratched. With Vidtel's news today, we're seeing a prime example of what more can be done in conjunction with it.

-- Andy Abramson 


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