One of the most exciting trends in mobile technology is the rapid adoption of smart devices on broadband wireless networks that has given rise to a massive wave of mobile client applications. A new generation of mobile applications that incorporate standard SIP multimedia clients have begun to arrive at Android and Apple app stores in particular. These clients are an integral part of a new solution set that allows smartphones and tablets to become audio and video endpoints for calling and conferencing applications, for consumer and business use.
We (finally!) stand at the threshold of an age of communications where video calling is both accepted and easily accomplished, across a wide range of devices: mobile devices (both smartphone and tablet style), personal computers, IP video phones and even televisions.
While the major enterprise video conference solution providers have developed exquisite full emersion video conference solutions for the boardrooms of large corporations, a broader user community stands ready to adopt standards based solutions that allow them to BYOD, download an app and simply signup for an affordable cloud-based service offering.
Enabling this service in network operation centers are SIP applications servers, software-based multimedia servers and session border controllers. Developing a video calling and conferencing solution or service has never been easier, with mainstream service creation environments leveraging popular programming languages supported by these platforms.
Watch the Video! Dialogic held a press conference and demonstration of mobile video conferencing and collaboration using smartphones, tablets and workstations over a 4G/LTE mobile network.
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