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Singapore tech start up Temasys Wins Top Award in Silicon Valley
Singapore, 22 November 2013
Singaporean tech start up Temasys has won the Best Conferencing Solution Award at at the WEbRTC Expo in Silicon Valley, CA (November 19-22).
In this unique event, which features the world's fastest developing technology - Web Real Time Communications - Temasys was chosen as the best conferencing solution, based on the acceptance of our solution by customers, innovative technology, and because of our ability to access those remote regions of the world which are dif?cult to reach.
Temasys's demonstration opened with a live, on stage call to a customer who was in Northern Canada, at the edge of the Arctic Circle. This call was made over the public internet and featured chat, voice, and video.
WebRTC is a communications tool which requires only a browser and an internet connection - no downloads, special applications, nor plug ins - and is set to change how we all communicate in our daily lives. Bill Lewis, Temasys's Managing Director, speaking after the award, says, "This is a great accolade and the Temasys team should be justi?ably proud. We travelled to Silicon Valley to compete with the best in the world in this technology and we con?rmed that we are amongst the leaders in the world. We are proud to have created recognition for Singapore, as well as ourselves."
Temasys offers competitive WebRTC communications services, based on their SkywayRTC infrastructure and client suite to multi national companies, local enterprises, and SMEs and Temasys is considered to be amongst the leaders in the space.
Headquartered in Singapore, Temasys is a leader in visual communications services and solutions using Wed Real Time Communications (WebRTC). Temasys has developed a comprehensive global infrastructure and a portfolio of clients and user experiences, complemented by API and SDK availability.
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