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“No registration videoconferencing – freely available to anybody” … says founder and entrepreneur Björn Schwarze

by on April 21, 2015 in Events, Events & Awards, Latest News, Lead Article, Nuggets, Retail, Videos

Web Conferencing that works.

AhoyConference provides stable and secure online collaboration.

The immersive audio and video quality (even on slow DSL links) reduces the distance between you and your team mates.

Sharing your screen or individual applications securely let’s everybody see what you are talking about.

The Germany based Start-Up AhoyRTC GmbH extends support for iPad, Safari and Internet Explorer browsers to its video conferencing solution

Videoconferencing with one click, fast, reliable and secure, that is the business model of the Kiel based Start-Up. ‘Skype, FaceTime, and Facebook, all require registration, our solution is freely available to anybody’ says founder and entrepreneur Björn Schwarze.

‘ We offer an intuitive easy to use solution, which will revolutionize communication.’, he adds.

Software is standardized

Key driver is WebRTC, Software which is already in the browser and allows secure encrypted access to camera and mic and just needs to be activated by the ahoyconference.com server. Since the beginning of 2015 the software is standardized by the internet bodies such as IETF and is available in browser such as Chrome, Firefox and Opera.

Starting 2011 the team is developing its WebRTC based video and chat solution. Today the servers operate some two million minutes a week and 55.000 call per day. The now published extension to iPad and Safari and IE will push the numbers to 20 million minutes as early as July 2015.

The www.ahoyconference.com Software is available for cloud and on premise operation. Users can download the server and add another layer of security. WebRTC is already encrypted end-to-end with DTLS-SRTP. The encryption does not require any user interaction and is a perfect match for the minimalistic approach of AhoyRTC to the product. The solution is available free of charge

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