3CX has a new product offering – 3CX WebMeeting. This is an enterprise multiparty video conferencing service that uses WebRTC. Here’s an interview with Nick Galea, CEO of 3CX about their company, 3CX WebMeeting and WebRTC.
We just had our 7th WebRTC related acquisition in 2015. This is turning out to be a very interesting year for vendors in this space. How does this compare to the previous 3 years of WebRTC? What can we learn from it moving forward?
WebRTC enables new use cases for video in education. We are no longer confined to the class room with a video room system. Things become more personal, and fit for purpose to solve real world problems.
Cisco just acquired Tropo, making it an official API vendor with a a large developer ecosystem. It also made it a WebRTC PaaS player. What challenges lie ahead of Cisco, and what are the open questions about this acquisition?
WebRTC gains a lot more than just being available on Chrome and on Android. These two open projects mean that WebRTC gets adopted in many non obvious places. Call it the unintended consequences of having Google bring WebRTC to life.
Blue Jimp (and Jisti) got acquired by Atlassian for their HipChat service. This was all about WebRTC multiparty video calling capabilities. Atlassian needed to replace its existing dependence on AddLive and to be able to take ownership of its destiny in real time communications.