Alan Quayle’s (@Alan_Quayle, @TADHack) excellent post on how the Telco’s are missing the point – on and on – and the risk they run in not investing time and bandwidth in understanding the Application economics and innovation behind it. A new partnership between Viber and Nexmo, bringing together Viber’s Messaging Platform and Nexmo’s Chat API…
Tata Communications has announced the latest version of jamvee, its Unified Communications platform. Built on Tata Communications’ global tier 1 network, jamvee brings together any client software and device on a single platform. It is designed to bring easier intra and inter-company collaboration as employees, suppliers and customers can get together via any combination of audio, video or messaging and share content in groups – across any device or through a browser.
The jamvee Unified Communications platform has been designed with interoperability at its core, making communication and collaboration inside the organisation easier. Using open APIs such as WebRTC, jamvee allows users to use the same enterprise grade clients they use internally to communicate with external parties.
It is aimed at enhancing existing Unified Communications investments. In addition to traditional video conferencing or Telepresence, participants joining virtual meetings from their enterprise soft clients can leverage jamvee’s full audio, video, chat and content sharing capabilities. Its open customisable platform allows creative third party development on jamvee, as well as lets companies pick and choose additional Unified Communications tools that work best for them commercially. Original post at tech.firstpost