Communications Applications Week in Review: RTCWeb, Chrysmo, SmartGlasses & More
March 11, 2017
WebRTC, the cloud and NFV are among the emerging technologies enabling the communications applications of today, and innovation is pushing the capability of tomorrow. With all the tools in the developer’s sandbox, the future is only limited by imagination. With the weekend upon us, there no time better than the present to take a look at the week that was in communications applications news: Time for the Week in Review!
It’s been said that sales people aren’t made, they’re born. Well, there may be an app proving otherwise. This week, RTCWeb unveiled its newest app that promises to put the power of WebRTC in sales training. TMC’s (News - Alert) Steve Anderson has everything you need to know HERE.
In addition to boosting sales performance, WebRTC can make you a DIY champion too! Chrysmo is a real time application that instantly connects homeowners with local contractors and experts. So next time you start working your way down your “to-do” list and get hung up by that leaky pipe, a solution is a few clicks away. All the details are HERE.
Augmented reality has become quite the buzzword since last summer and the phenomenon that is Pokémon Go. While its many uses – beyond highly addictive mobile gaming –are still coming into clarity, SmartGlasses has embraced the technology, this week announcing WebRTC support from Frozen Mountain. TMC’s Alicia Young offers complete insight and analysis HERE.
Berlin-based deepstreamHUB announced its real time applications development platform. The cloud-based solution offers a robust SDK to develop collaboration, chat, IoT applications and more. The platform provides developers a way to easily and quickly develop multimedia real time applications that scale. A more in-depth look at the deepstreamHUB platform is HERE.
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Remember to stop by early and often for your fill of all things communications development! See you next week!
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