AnyMeeting Deploys WebRTC Conferencing Platform

Video and Audio Conferencing, Screen and Document Sharing, Recording and More Supported

AnyMeeting, a web conferencing software provider targeting small businesses, recently announced that it has deployed WebRTC technology into its web conferencing platform. WebRTC enables web browsers with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities using Javascript APIs and HTML5. The WebRTC initiative is a project supported by Google, Mozilla and Opera.

AnyMeeting is one of the first companies to apply the technology feature rich web conferencing product-- supporting video and audio conferencing, screen sharing, document sharing, recording, and more, according to the company’s statement. AnyMeeting WebRTC-enabled platform delivers audio performance using a combination of echo cancellation, low latency response times, and high quality audio codecs. The AnyMeeting WebRTC-enabled platform is currently available to users of Chrome 27+, with Firefox support also planned. The company still supports older browsers through Flash technology.

Commenting in a statement, Costin Tuculescu, founder and CEO of AnyMeeting said, "As one of the leading providers of web conferencing for small business, AnyMeeting is committed to implementing the latest technology to improve the online meeting experience." He added, "We've always been focused on building best-in-class web conferencing technology that doesn't require an external download or software installation, and now WebRTC helps us take this vision even further."

AnyMeeting has been offering small business web conferencing since 2009, providing services to over 400,000 small business users of both its free ad-supported service and low-cost ad-free options. The web conferencing and webinar services are delivered on the company's Software as a Service platform. Meeting hosts can invite up to 200 attendees per meeting with no time limits, with features that include integrated video conferencing, screen sharing, presentation sharing, recording and social media integration.

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