Quobis, the leader in real-time applications for the web, today announced it will be exhibiting at Mobile World Congress 2016, to be held February 22-25, 2016 in Barcelona (Spain).
Quobis’ booth (#CS60, booth #2 at the Spanish Pavilion) will showcase “Sippo WebRTC Application Controller ” (Sippo WAC) to telecom service providers, enterprises and network equipment vendors, showing them how to introduce new value-added WebRTC-based services into their existing offerings.
Sippo WAC hides the complexity behind the real field deployments of the technology, in terms of fragmentation of browsers, devices (including smartphone support), gateways or existing elements in the core network, while offers a standard-based orca.js API to enable third-parties to create their own applications on top.
“Mobile World Congress is one of the largest shows of this kind in the world” explains Elias Perez, Chief Executive Officer of Quobis “For us, it is going to be a great opportunity to showcase the potential of the Sippo WebRTC Application Controller. We want to show to the industry the opportunities that this product brings in the area of WebRTC-enabled services”.
Quobis’ booth will host three demos of WebRTC: Improving customer care experience, validation of new customers, boosting new ways to communicate.
Companies interested in arranging an appointment with Quobis should send an email to email@example.com. To learn more about Sippo WebRTC Application Controller, please visit www.quobis.com
Quobis is a leading European company in the delivery of carrier-class unified communication solutions with a special focus on security, interoperability and identity management for service providers and enterprises. Quobis is headquartered in Vigo (Spain) with partners throughout the world.
Quobis is well-known as one of the leaders in the deployment of WebRTC technology after being involved in the industry-firsts implementations in more than 40 countries, including most of the top 20 telcos worldwide, using Sippo WebRTC Application Controllers and its applications to extend UC services to the web.