Quobis releases QoffeeSIP, a JavaScript SIP stack for WebRTC

20 December 2012
Vigo (Spain), December 20, 2012. - QUOBIS (quobis.com ) announces the public release of QoffeeSIP, a full SIP stack for WebRTC applications. QoffeeSIP enables the creation of video & voice applications over the web and, in a short future, the connection of browsers to any SIP enabled device. WebRTC, HTML5 and this stack open up new possibilities for companies involved in the development of unified communications platforms and online services. QoffeeSIP has been released as an opensource project with a LPGL license, along with a complete reference guide, documentation, examples and source code. A live demo of a peer-to-peer videoconference platform, powered by QoffeeSIP, is also available to show all the capabilities of WebRTC. As of today, it's the lightest application available as it only needs 32KB.

About QoffeeSIP

QoffeeSIP is a complete Javascript SIP stack that can be used in a website to exploit all the multimedia capabilities of WebRTC technology. Instead of using pure Javascript, QoffeeSIP has been coded with CoffeeScript so you can easily modify it to suit your needs. QoffeeSIP can create realtime video & voice applications over the web, connecting any WebRTC enabled browser to any SIP enabled device, like an IP PBX, a VoIP phone or any Unified Communications platform. More information about QoffeeSIP can be found here.

About Quobis

Quobis is a leading european company in the delivery of carrier-class unified communications solutions with an special focus on security, interconnection and identity management.
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