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Temasys WebRTC plugin for Internet Explorer, Safari now available for licensing by services providers and developers
Over 100,000 plug-in downloads in 100 days as developers embrace WebRTC
SINGAPORE - Oct. 7, 2014 -- Temasys Communications, a global startup building the next generation of Web Real Time Communications (WebRTC), has announced the commercial availability of its WebRTC plugin for Microsoft's Internet Explorer and Apple's Safari browsers.
Temasys is part of both the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards committee and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) working group that are defining WebRTC technology. Because of insight gained in those efforts, commercial release of its plug-in puts Temasys in a leading role toward making WebRTC ubiquitous by bringing rich, high-quality real-time communications, powered by WebRTC, to users of the desktop versions of Internet Explorer and Safari.
The new licensing-based model is aimed at service providers and application developers looking to add access to WebRTC-based solutions for users of Internet Explorer and Safari. Temasys received strong interest from developers earlier this year when it released its WebRTC plugin as a free download for end users.
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