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We’re excited to announce that the WebRTC version of our click-to-call widget is now available for all Zingaya users and customers! You don’t have to do anything (except celebrate this terrific milestone with us;-))., because our widget automatically recognizes whether a caller’s browser supports WebRTC or not (for now only the latest Google Chrome 23 [...]

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Opus audio codec has been standardized by IETF

Big news for VoIP world! Opus audio codec has now been standardized by IETF as RFC 6716 . Just a little overview for those who is lazy to read about the codec on its website: Opus is a totally open, royalty-free, highly versatile audio codec. Opus is unmatched for interactive speech and music transmission over the Internet, [...]

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First of all, we decided to write this post, because Microsoft/Skype released their vision of WebRTC in a separate document available here. Zingaya (as a member of WebRTC WG) tracks the progress with WebRTC standard development and we appreciate the efforts of the WG and community which is working hard to bring us open standard for [...]

Telecom consultant and expert Alan Quayle has been in and around the telecom industry for years, working for a wide range of global telecom firms including Lucent and BT. In the early 1990s, Alan led one of the first Video-on-Demand demonstrations over DSL. He also founded Teltier, a pioneer solution of wireless presence and availability [...]

Firefox nightly build with WebRTC support on the screenshot. It’s exciting to see the progress!

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WE’VE JUST RECEIVED NOTICE THAT YOU CAN TRY ZINGAYA IN YOUR RELEASE VERSION OF CHROME (at least in 18.0.1025.142) As we mentioned in our previous post, Google is working on a Google Chrome dev build to let developers play with an early implementation of WebRTC technology. We’ve prepared a demo to let you try WebRTC [...]

This screen was posted in , looks like it’s already much better than Adobe Flash Privacy dialog, but WebRTC team promised to work more to make it better. From our point of view it misses [x]Remember option, to let people remember privacy settings for domains they trust. Great to see the progress! Let’s hope [...]

Today WebRTC became available in the Chrome dev channel, it means that release version of the Chrome browser with WebRTC support will become available soon. Zingaya will use new exciting capabilities of WebRTC to provide our customers and users with the best possible experience. Thanks to Google, Ericsson, Voxeo, Cisco and Mozilla for their work, [...]

Few weeks ago Google released WebRTC, a new open project that provides Internet users with the ability to communicate in real-time via voice and video by simply using a Real-Time Communications (RTC) compatible browser. We think it’s great for further evolution of the Internet and web technologies and, of course, we will work hard to add WebRTC support [...]