XOP Networks Offers Browser Based Web Conferencing on Flash capable Smartphones

XOP Networks Offers Browser Based Web Conferencing on Flash capable Smartphones

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Our web conferencing application is designed to leverage the confluence of Smartphones, 3G and 4G mobile data networks and Operating Systems (e.g., Android) that support Flash based media streaming
gI_95690_mobile-conferenceDallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 15, 2011 XOP Networks, Inc., a manufacturer of Value Added Service (VAS) platforms and Audio Conference Bridges announced availability of its Web Conferencing Application on Smartphones that support Adobe Flash Player version 10.3 or higher without requiring download of a dedicated application. Majority of the Smartphones now being shipped have web browsers and touchpad keyboards built into them. XOP Networks’ newly introduced Web Conferencing Application is compatible with Google’s Android and several other operating systems. With this capability, Smartphone owners can now participate in a web conference using their Smartphones, avoiding the need to be in front of a PC. “We frequently run into situations where a field support engineer is at a customer location where he/she does not have Internet access. Having a Flash enabled Smartphone allows him/her to use our web conferencing capability to share desktop, share documents and chat with our support center personnel,” said James Park, XOP Networks’ Director of Worldwide Customer Support. “Our web conferencing application is designed to leverage the confluence of Smartphones, 3G and 4G mobile data networks and Operating Systems (e.g., Android) that support Flash based media streaming,” said Sudhir Gupta, CEO XOP Networks.
About XOP Networks Beginning in 2003, XOP Networks embarked on developing a next generation IP based service and application platform. Realizing this vision, we shipped our first product, a Digital Collaboration Bridge (DCB) in 2004. A DCB combines rich Audio Conferencing with Desktop sharing, Document sharing and White boarding, thus creating a collaborative experience for the end users. Leveraging the success of the DCB, the product portfolio was expanded in 2005 to include the Group Alerting and Conferencing Server (GACS). The GACS allows mass notification messages to be dispatched over a variety of communications networks, while it brings an organization's brain trust into a quick audio conference. Year 2006 saw the addition of the enhanced Voice Mail Server (VMS) to the product line. In 2007 XOP Networks launched its Universal Service Node (USN) which offers multiple value added services on one platform. In 2008, we added support for Hoot and Holler conferencing over TDM and VoIP networks on our USN platform. In 2009 we introduced Ring down Firebar Conference (RFCS) that allows a conference to be set up simply by lifting a handset on an analog or IP phone. Several other enhancements were introduced including support for Secure conferencing, SMS driven instant-conferencing, Group SMS and Voice SMS, and One Number Service capabilities. In 2010 the product line was further hardened for use in defense networks and received the coveted JITC certification from the US Department of Defense. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, XOP Networks was founded in 2002 and is backed by a seasoned management team. Deployed at multiple Fortune 100 companies, CLEC/IOC customers, Government organizations, DoD networks (Air Force, Army and Navy) XOP Networks' products allow customers to improve employee productivity, increase business efficiency and enhance emergency communications. Having both legacy and VoIP interfaces, XOP products allow customers to seamlessly transition their value added services from legacy circuit switched networks to VoIP based packet switched networks.
2011-11-15T11:16:24+00:00
XOP Networks, Inc., a manufacturer of Value Added Service (VAS) platforms and Audio Conference Bridges announced availability of its Web Conferencing Application on Smartphones that support Adobe Flash Player version 10.3 or higher without requiring download of a dedicated application.