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Singapore Startup Temasys Builds Next Generation Web Communication
Singapore startup Temasys last month unveiled its Skyway platform--a combination of tools and infrastructure that will enable developers to swiftly embed Web Real Time Communication (WebRTC) in browsers, applications, websites, and internet-connected devices. This month, Temasys will release a plug-in for WordPress, Joomla and Drupal. In other words, if you have a site that is hosted by one of those content management systems-as Forbes.com does-you might soon be able to conduct a high-quality audio or video chat with a reader or hold an interactive seminar right from you home site or blog.
Skyway isn't a consumer product, although within a few years we all should be benefiting. Customers are developers and enterprises that want to create better, cheaper, more reliable communications services. For example, messaging applications like Viber, WhatsApp and Wechat could build on Skyway to add HD video conferencing. Snapchat could add audio and video functions. So could Facebook. Smartphones could soon be able to support up to four persons on a single call.
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