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FACEmeeting Preview Now Live, with Beta to Come in the Fall
Due to the excitement surrounding WebRTC, as well as the fact that it's open source, it's likely the market will see a number of competing platforms hit the market over the coming months. One of the fresher faces making its debut is FACEmeeting, which introduced a preview demonstration of its platform recently.
FACEmeeting is a next generation, WebRTC-based video communications platform that aims to deliver high-quality, reliable online meetings in a face-to-face environment. To do so, the company claims to use WebRTC "in one of the most advanced implementations to date."
The preview demonstration of the platform allows users to experience all that FACEmeeting has to offer currently, namely high-quality video and stability, before the full beta release becomes available, with advanced capabilities, later this year.
"FACEmeeting is the ultimate next generation communications and collaboration platform, providing high resolution video without downloads. The goal is a quick, simple, one-click meeting without compromising quality" said Jason Fedore, founder of FACEmeeting.
Since FACEmeeting is still in its infancy, it doesn't have much to differentiate itself from competing WebRTC-based offerings such as�Bistri. However, a slick interface and WebRTC Test feature, which lets users quickly check if their browser supports WebRTC, do set FACEmeeting apart somewhat.
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