2013-12-03 14:31:31 - Lindenbaum provides VoIP clients based on WebRTC and Flash® that allow participants to join in conference calls thru a browser.
Karlsruhe. Lindenbaum, a manufacturer of conference bridges and conferencing software for carriers and conference service providers, has greatly simplified dialing into conference calls via VoIP. Opening a browser window is enough to access the conference via VoIP. Conference Service providers can thus meet the expectations of their customers to enable to dial into conference calls via VoIP without changing the user interface or any extra effort.
Up to this point a user had to have a VoIP Phone installed on his computer, enter the correct number and dial the SIP number. Now to open a browser window is enough – redirection to the conference system is automatically. The only requirement is a headset connected to the computer. Participants are free to
choose whether they wish to participate at a conference by phone or via a browser.
To make the integration as flexible and simple as possible, both VoIP clients can be integrated into Lindenbaum conferencing systems as well as already existing user interfaces of conferencing systems. The improvement has been implemented in WebRTC, a new and innovative framework for real-time communication on the Internet, and on the basis of Flash®:
- To provide a simple VoIP dial-up for all users a VoIP client based on Flash ® was created. The Flash player is still the most widely used browser plug-in and is therefore ideally suited as an alternative. Of course, a Flash plug-in must be installed on the device of the user.
Give the new WebRTC client a try:
Please allow using your microphone after starting the demo. You need a headset connected to your computer.
A demo of the Flash® client will soon be available.
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