A protected and standards-based Mobile Unified Communications (News - Alert) and Collaboration solution is vital for today’s enterprise. It is critical for boosting the productivity of a truly global workforce at the same time enterprises eye to cut operational costs. Damaka, a technology provider for mobile unified communications and collaboration (UCC), aims to bring advanced communication and collaboration solutions that allow today's workforce to be very productive. This is part of Damaka’s enterprise mobile video and mobile collaboration strategy.
Taking a step ahead in the same direction, Damaka has announced that its unique software client Xime is now available for iOS and Android devices. According to the company announcement, the software client is designed to extend Video, Audio, IM, and Presence capabilities of IBM (News - Alert) Sametime to mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, and Android Smartphone/Tablets, with no additional hardware or software. Xime was launched by Dhamaka in early 2012.
Users of IBM Sametime can now use this unique total software solution to conduct their activities while being mobile. Enterprises, which use IBM Sametime can leverage existing hardware infrastructure. Damaka continues to bring advanced mobile unified communication and collaboration solutions to allow today's mobile workforce to be very productive. Damaka's technology is available on Android (News - Alert)™, iPhone®, iPad®, Symbian®, Blackberry®, and Windows Mobile® platforms.
According to the company officials, Damaka's managed peer-to-peer SIP based software solutions feature Sweeping technology, allowing users to flawlessly transfer in progress collaboration sessions to and from various devices, including laptops, netbooks, tablets and smartphones.
Damaka was recently in news when it announced the launch of its new software client titled Xriz, which is designed to extend the video and audio capabilities of Asterisk PBX (News - Alert) to mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, and Android with no additional software or hardware. As per company official, the open source IP-PBX software called Asterisk (News - Alert) is used widely by enterprises globally.
Edited by Brooke Neuman