WebRTC Vendor Strategy: AT&T, Power in Numbers
As Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) continues to make its presence known as a solution that can circumvent traditional means of telecommunications, carriers such as AT&T have to evolve with the times.
WebRTC Vendor Strategy: Temasys “Plugs” the Hole
Our industry has been subject to much debate around its ability to become a true cross platform solution without the interoperability of Microsoft Internet Explorer and Safari. Temasys examined the interoperability issue with Internet Explorer and Safari that plagued many organizations deploying WebRTC solutions. Unlike other providers which focused on solutions that only worked within a closed ecosystem with their own platform, the Temasys team built a plugin that worked across multiple providers.
WebRTC Vendor Strategy: Xura’s ForgeAS Fills the Gap
Xura was born from a merger between Comverse and Acision in June 2015. Since that time the company has accelerated it efforts to provide it’s customers with enterprise grade services in new and innovative ways.
WebRTC Vendor Strategy: TokBox is a Clear Winner
In 2015 we have seen the leading Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC) vendors persevere the hold on their position in the marketplace. As the industry progresses, it is important that companies evolve and provide the best service for their customers. We consider TokBox as a leader in the industry because of their persistence to make the lives of their customers easier.