Currently, is still in development discussion for its complete implementation whereas (under Vxi*/Asterisk implementation) is already available for any project’s deployments. We have prepared this summary to clarify what are the main features and how to move forward for your business. We consider, WebRTC is a solution for the future and RTMP a solution for the present that could be required for a while. The question is not whether WebRTC or RTMP, the question is: RTMP, yes sure and WebRTC too, if all industry adopt it properly and make it interoperable over all the web and telephony systems… The right choice in 2013 and for next years, is to select RTMP to wait for WebRTC complete maturity and continue working with both over your Vxi*/Asterisk platform. Remember, you may know that WebRTC could loose the current battle for its standardization and interoperability, […]
One of the main questions and answers today about: What will be the future of making phone calls from any Web Browser? , , , , , … Most people who are reading tech news thinks that the future is already here, and HTML5 is a standard, which gives us possibility to create real-time audio/video communications () in desktop or mobile devices. Unfortunately, it’s not true. Let’s talk about what is real. [dt_divider style=”double-gap”/] [dt_divider style=”double-gap”/] [dt_divider style=”narrow”/] One more thing…? [dt_divider style=”narrow”/] Some other articles you may read: Flasphoner: Do you think HTML5-WebRTC Phone Ready? not yet OnSIP.com/blog: WebRTC, SIP and HTML5 brief introduction InfoWorld.com: WebRTC Browser communications standard has serveral hurdles clear Pro.Clubic.com: Interview w3c retour enjeux WebRTC Formtek/blog: WebRTC to Enable Peer-to-Peer Browser Communications [dt_divider style=”narrow”/]
We are very pleased to unveil our new online demo service allowing you to test an IVVR (powered by a Flash/RTMP Server Channel and Video IP/3G over a VXI*/Asterisk Server) and make amazing videocalls over the web by yourself! First, you have to register your web phone to our demo-server (using a default user: guest1 or any other). Then just clic-on the “Register” button and the web phone status will be set to Online. Then you can call to any demo number entered and pressing “Call” button. The numeric keypad in the left-bottom corner can send DTMF during the calls for menus and options. Follow our instructions and try it now! Online Demo URL: http://demo.i6net.org/phone/ User Guide: [download id=”153″ format=”1″ autop=”false”] Videocall Peer-to-Peer Demo: Register using a name or number: demo1 Register using another name or number from another computer: […]
VOIP2DAY 2011 Madrid Event: Altitude Software – I6NET Conference Date: October 4, 2011 Ivan Sixto, CEO / Business Development Manager of I6NET, is showing our latest Web Phone Software over Internet. This video is a real demo of the latest I6NET’s web phone technology to make easily video calls over the web and create video contact center services. The main component is the Flash/RTMP Server Channel for VXI*, to add a web phone service on any web page (flash editable and customizable). With this software, you can make voice/video calls over the web and connect your online shop or corporate pages to your contact center agents. YouTube (shortlink): http://youtu.be/8vuMPqQH9RU More videos from Altitude Software: http://www.youtube.com/user/isixto More information: Altitude – I6NET’s conference at VoIP2DaY 2011 [Video]
The announcement by Adobe last week of the death of Flash on mobile devices will have a significant impact on software development platforms battle for mobiles, but it’s not the end of this war. The way you develop your mobile applications is important but it’s not the only key element to consider for online multimedia services. Our question is now: Is HTML5 able to replace Flash technology for video calling? Obviously, experts working on life video communications over the web, HTML5 is not yet ready but why? HTML5 There’s two tags to consider for video services <video> and <device> to send and receive a video stream. Unfortunately, these tags are both unable to control in real time a life video/audio streaming. Video calling requires an application to control the bandwidth, decoding/encoding and manage a channels’ real time synchronization. Currently, […]
We are pleased to unveil the first online Flash/RTMP Phone for VXI*/Asterisk platforms. This flash softphone app. is a small .swf Client for our Xtras* Flash/RTMP Server Channel to make voice or video calls from any website. This applet is easy to customize or edit by yourself with an Adobe Flash/Flex editor. Our current template (version 6.0) keeps very simple to fit with any website pages or any Flash applications (updating sizes, fields, buttons, colors, positions…). Main features: RTMP voice / video calls in/out QCIF, CIF, HD screen size formats and more DTMF (Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency) Ringing, Dialup, Hangup Unlimited users (simultaneous calls limited by server’s port capacity) Key Benefits: No client software installation required! No specific OS or Web browser configuration Smart bandwitdh adaptation in audio/video streaming High performance C built Flash/RTMP server channel Very small .swf client applicaton downloaded […]
To create amazing services that provide significant value added you have to break barriers. Today’s example shows how you can connect two very different technology environments, a Flash application and a Telephony service. Have you ever think about it before? It’s something you can do thanks to our ultimate Xtras* Flash/RTMP server channel for VXI* over Asterisk. This RTMP channel is a small Flash server which can connect a phone number through VoiceXML to a Flash applet. For example, a user can call with his own phone to move a paddle using the keypad of a Pong video game coded in Flash. No specific telephony developments are required. There’s hundred of business opportunities that could require to connect a Flash service and Telephony to get feedback from consumers. What for: Interactive Outdoor Advertising Dynamic Marketing (video, flash, TV displays, shopping […]
The new Flash/RTMP Server Channel for VXI* is designed to make voice or video calls over Internet with any web browser. This flash phone is a very thin applet with a simple template easy to customize and to insert in a website or web application. You can resize, hide, add or remove any fields, buttons, frames…etc More information: Flash/RTMP Server Channel
We are please to announce a new important feature for voice & video services over our next release of VXI* 5.1: Flash/RTMP for Asterisk / VXI* is an add-on channel driver for Asterisk-based PBX systems. Adding Flash/RTMP for Asterisk to any Asterisk server enables complete access to manage bi-directional video calls from a Web browser with a Flash player. More information: Xtras* Flash/RTMP Server Channel
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