Telefónica to Present WebRTC Technology
okBox’s OpenTok Platform has been used to add live video, voice and messaging communications by companies including Mozilla Hello, Fox Sports, eGain, Major League Baseball, Valspar, Bridgestone Golf, Ford and Doritos, as well as thousands of others.
TokBox, a Telefónica company headquartered in Silicon Valley, will be demonstrating its WebRTC platform at Mobile World Congress (MWC) that is kicking off in Barcelona on February 22nd, showcasing the power of embedded communications across mobile, online and connected devices.
TokBox develops and operates OpenTok, a global cloud platform for embedding live video, voice, messaging and screen sharing experiences into websites and mobile applications. The scalable, customizable platform gives organizations the creative freedom to develop any video interaction, from one-to-one chats to large-scale multiparty broadcasts while maintaining the global quality and reliability that comes from the Telefónica network.
The OpenTok platform is powering a growing number of innovative applications, from enterprises to startups, that are leveraging WebRTC to embed real-time communications and creating rich, contextual and intuitive experiences. Driven by technology platforms such as OpenTok, companies are revolutionizing entire industries offering services such as virtual medical consultations and live diagnostics, interactive educational tutorials, remote team collaboration and real-time customer support in context.
TokBox CEO Scott Lomond commented: “WebRTC represents the most meaningful breakthrough in communications and the construct of the web from the last 10 years – maybe more. With the OpenTok platform, companies big and small can unlock their creativity around something as fundamental as communicating with each other. This has huge implications across all sectors: banking, education, healthcare, entertainment, ecommerce – to name only a few”.