Quobis announces Sippo version 2 in GA

29 June 2014
Quobis®, the leader in WebRTC applications for service providers, today announced a new version of Sippo WebRTC Application Controller and its associated use cases. This version includes support for different devices and browsers and includes responsive design for mobile devices. Sippo Web Collaborator is available for iOS and Android devices as a native application and both Sippo Web Collaborator and Sippo Click to call  have been tested with different browser plugins for Internet Explorer and Safari. In addition, these applications provide a complete set of new functionalities (screensharing, photo-push, PDF-push, etc) that bring a real collaborative user experience. They have beed built on top of “sippo.js”, our ORCA.js compatible implementation, that brings the best way to expose network functionality by network operators. Finally, we have completed a number of interoperability tests with leading vendors and a complete set of new connectors with different UC elements on IMS/NGN that are ready to deploy. Ask your Quobis’ representative to get more information about these new features.

Additional Resources

  • Understand how to connect Sippo WebCollaborator to your network in this reference architecture
  • Read this whitepaper about the role of the WebRTC Application Controller here
  • Connect with Quobis on Twitter
For more information please visit our website or send an email to  yudani.riobo@quobis.com

About Quobis

Quobis is a leading european company in the delivery of carrier-class unified communication solutions with a special focus on security, interconnection and identity management for service providers and enterprises. Quobis is headquartered in Vigo (Spain) with partners throughout the world and can be found online at quobis.com
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