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IDC Sees Video Communications PaaS as a Transformative Technology For Many Industries

In the last Mark Winther’s IDC report, named U.S. Video Communications Platform as a service, Forecast 2016-2020 a very interesting new category was created. Mark, who is a seasoned group VP and consulting partner at [...]

Characteristics of Mobility conspire against SIP for Mobile WebRTC

In internet-based telephony solutions, 'signaling' refers to the protocols and methods used for one terminal (a device or app) to request or accept a call with another terminal. The transmission of the 'media' (audio and video packets) is [...]

Notes from SightCall Labs: Ringing Multiple Extensions

One of the interesting features of the SightCall platform is the fact that one User may be signaled on multiple "extensions." This feature is nice to use in collaboration applications. Suppose one of your Users is logged on [...]

From SightCall Labs: Cloud Recording WebRTC to S3

SightCall makes it easy to include realtime video communications in your website or mobile app. But in some applications, it’s important to be able to record a conversation or meeting for future reference. […]

New Text-Chat and Pub/Sub Capabilities

SightCall announced Version 5.4 of its WebRTC real-time communication platform this week. The release marks a lot of hard work by the development team to bring some major new capabilities. The new features round out [...]

SightCall Security

The SightCall Platform is composed of two platform layers: the Core platform and the Real-­time Platform. Real-­time servers are distributed around the globe in datacenters with strict physical access policies. SightCall uses dedicated servers to [...]

The Future of SIP in WebRTC: SIP is Dead! Long Live SIP!

I just returned from the WebRTC Conference and Expo and SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) was a topic of conversation right from the first developer session: "Deploying WebRTC Successfully - The Big Issues." The conversations continued across the [...]

Getting Started with Weemo and WebRTC: Part 2 – Callbacks

Weemo abstracts session management and video call creation across the platforms it supports. By doing so, a consistent object model is presented across many different devices. This simplifies the implementation and validation process for the [...]

Getting Started with Weemo and WebRTC: Part 1

Weemo makes it easy to get started incorporating WebRTC video into your own web-app. With Weemo, all you need to do is manage your User names, and who wants to talk to who. Weemo tracks the presence of your users and handles all of the details of setting up SIP endpoints and figuring out the best way for the video packets to get from user to user. […]

Weemo Release 4 reaches “General Deployment”

Today, we are delighted to announce that Weemo release 4 reaches General Deployment: This release is the result of many months of relentless development and testing fed by insightful feedback from many of you. By [...]