Autor: Iago Soto

NEM meetup at the IBC

NEM partners,

If you are you planning to attend IBC in Amsterdam this year, would you like to meet up with your NEM colleagues?

Some NEM members will be getting together on Monday 18th September 2017 at 12:00, meeting at Quobis stand in Hall 14 (Stand 14.N18). Please do come and join us to share your thoughts on IBC, and how it is relevant to us all.

Use to form below for registration.

September 18th, 2017 - 12h - booth 14.n18

Quobis exhibiting at the IBC Amsterdam 2017

Quobis will be exhibiting at the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) in Amsterdam (Netherlands)next September 15-19. This is the second year in a row we’ll be exhibiting there together with other local vendor in the communication and broadcasting domain.

Ask you sales representative about the value proposition of Sippo for content streaming services and CDN integration

Quobis, as the leader in web based real-time solutions for enterprises and service providers, has adapted telco-based solution to broadcasters and content owners to be ready to add a communication layer and promote interactivity in web-based streaming services.



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Quobis provides consulting services on WebRTC for telcos and services providers. This technology makes possible to add a communication and collaboration layer on web-based streaming services and existing mobile applications. Based on this technology Quobis has built Sippo WAC, an application server that enables different use cases of web communications, including those related with content streaming like the case of Social TV.

Sippo includes features like group chat, push notifications, multi-conferencing and multi-device Support that make Social TV possible. Using Sippo Web Collaborator you can chat with your friends using any device and from any location, so you can invite them to join a room with a live streaming event using the web browser.


Quobis has been involved in different projects related with WebRTC for most of the top-20 telecom operators world-wide. Quobis has beed working on standarization of WebRTC, in R&D projects with PT, Orange, Telefonica or Deutsche Telekom (among others) and in the first proof of concept of the technology.

In the TV and broadcasting domain we’ve involved in the first experience of using WebRTC for streaming services, working together with Telefonica in their social TV platform, launched in 2016. This is the smartest way to add videoconferencing capabilities to a multi-device environment, as using Sippo WAC it hides all the complexity related to device fragmentation.

You can ask you sales representative more information about the value proposition of Sippo for content streaming services and CDN integration.

WebRTC event together with Oracle and Westcon in Lisbon (Portugal)

Quobis organises an event with Oracle and Westcon next Tuesday June 20th. This event will explain how WebRTC is helping services providers and enterprises to build new services, improve customer support and manage digital transformation.


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Aprenda com os líderes, como os recursos multimédia em navegadores e smartphones podem transformar radicalmente a forma como as empresas colaboram, comunicam e conseguem proporcionar valor acrescentado aos seus clientes e colaboradores de contact-center, FinTech, saúde e outros sectores.

*Vagas limitadas
20 Junho 2017 – 9:00 – 13:00

Sheraton Hotel

R. Latino Coelho 1, 1069-025 Lisbon, Portugal

9:15Welcome coffe
9:45Westcon – Apresentação do evento e agenda
10:15Oracle – A estratégia Oracle Communications Enterprise e WebRTC
11:00Coffe Break
11:30Quobis – Onde está a monetização após o hype?
12:15Histórias de Sucesso



WEBINAR: WebRTC in the VoLTE and OTT era

On Wednesday May 31th, 2017 Quobis will be speaking about WebRTC for mobile network operators and communication service providers. Register for free below.

Mobile Network Operators and MVNOs are being disrupted and going through threats as they are investing a relevant amount of money in network transformation to support VoLTE services while newcomers are conquering traffic just offering advance OTT solutions and telcos are not taking advantage of having control of the access network.

Module 1:  Survive to the IP network (VoLTE, RCS, VoWifi)

  • Explore the possibilities to extend service coverage to non-SIM devices and endpoints without a native client
  • Detach the number from the device
  • Leverage WebRTC as just another access to VoLTE/RCS core.

We’ll explore how WebRTC-based applications can help MNO to extend the existing services to other devices that are not directly connected to the network (those that lack of a SIM card), but with a similar user interface and behaviour so end users are experimenting the same experience. This module will explore as well how to keep the usage of the telephone number from a telco point of view, giving access to IMS services from different type of devices.

Module 2: Customize user experience: OTT services and UC integration

  • Reuse and extend existing telco services for building texting or community-centric services.
  • Telco OTT-like done right
  • Connect and bridge with enterprise directories, UC and CRMs.

Traditional telcos were investing last years to launch their own OTT solutions as a way to compete with newcoming service providers. This module will explore how WebRTC can leverage these strategies using the current assets of the service providers (user authentication, billing, user policies, etc. ) to built a more competitive service. In addition we’ll explore how to create OTT solutions for enterprises, fully integrated with their UC architecture.

Module 3: Including telco services in business apps and webs

  • Phone number is key part of business and personal identity,
  • API-based call control and service exposure
  • Pre-packaged services for SMEs with low adoption barrier

WebRTC is improving customer care in enterprises, adding a communication layer to communication layer to corporate applications or, using click to call buttons, providing assistance to webs. Telcos can play relevant role in this industry helping companies to integrate these services with their telephone numbers and voice architecture. In this module we’ll explore how this is possible and other possibilities for telcos to expose services via APIs

Look at the Webminar video

Quobis partner of the year for Oracle Communications

During the Oracle Industry Connect, Quobis was selected as Oracle Communication Partner of the Year for EMEA Enterprise considering:

–          Commitment to Oracle Corporation

–          New business Development  for Oracle based on our WebRTC solution

–          Developed 30+ reusable and tested modules that enable partners/customers to quickly develop WebRTC client applications and integrating with Oracle WSC.

–          Close cooperation with Quobis in various opportunities and countries.


In the previous photo (from left to righ): Carl dCosta (VP Global Alliances and Partners of Oracle Communications) , Iago Soto (Founder and CMO of Quobis), Álvaro Ramírez (Quobis delegate for US) and  Doug Suriano (General Manager of Oracle Communications)

NEW demo: collaboration & ID consolidation for user mobilty

At the MWC Barcelona we release the Sippo extension for browsers, that enables the possibility to get a notification and answer or make a call with no need to visit an specific URL. This tool is helping telcos to extend the flexibility of services, considering this plugin as a new extension that can ring at the same time when receiving a incoming call to your fixed o mobile number.

Interconnection with existing assets was other of the hot topics at our booth. The possibility to maintain the PBX or contact center platforms for voice and using the agent’s browser for video and collaboration was explained in Barcelona. This a feature called call forking, that enables companies to use the same agents of the call center for these new Sippo-enabled services, as a new channel.

Next figure shows these new use cases.


If you want to try a demo or just get additional information do not hesitate to get in contact with your Quobis’ representative.


NEW demo: leveraging customer care and ID verification

At MWC we had the opportunity to explain how Sippo is leveraging customer care in enterprises. Sippo Click to Call enables a web phone in existing web sites that allows not only to make a voice or video call with the call center of the company. Using this tool you can share your screen, allowing the agente to understand better your situation and help you to navigate using white boarding tools and/or cobrowsing.

In addition, we had a demo on customer ID verification, based on the solution we built for customer onboarding, explaining that this feature can be used for general user identification (for critical operations like strange wire transfers, onboarding in telcos and other service providers, etc.). As a second factor of authentication we have included Mobile Connect, where CSPs play an active role as identity provider.

The following figure represents the use cases we have included in the demo.


Please contact your Quobis representative to have access to the demo or discuss further details.


Sippo certification webinar on Feb 16

On February 16th, 2017, our colleagues Santiago Troncoso and Marcos Cereijo will be speaking about the new features provided by the release 3.0, including how to integrate Sippo in real environments. The session will last about 2 hours. You can be certified as a Quobis partner after attending this training.

– Section 1: Sippo WAC introduction (30 mins)
– Section 2: WAC & Sippo Apps (15 mins) Basic concepts. Installation and configuration zfukorm. Administration & troubleshooting
– Section 3: Sippo features (30 mins). Feature list and implications. Scenario support
– Section 4: Release v3.0 (15 mins). WebRTC Application Controller. Web Collaborator. Click To Call.
– Section 5: Demo partner portal (15 mins). Available use cases. Partner admin demo
– Section 6: Questions and answers (15 mins)


Register for free at:

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Quobis chosen as one of the leaders of Innovation in Galicia (Spain)

Quobis has been recognised in the Ardan 2016 report as one of the most innovative Galician companies. Quobis has achieved the Five-Star category in the Innovation ranking of the Economic and Competitiveness report made by  “Zona Franca de Vigo” in conjunction with the Galician Innovation Agency and the University of Vigo.

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Over the last six years, Quobis has developed an ambitious business strategy focusing on innovation and the development of new products using unified communications technologies. As a result, the company was able to improve its presence in the telco markets, increasing the international expansion through strategic technological partnerships.

Quobis has been involved in national and international R&D projects related to interconnection, security and new services of voice and multimedia technologies over NGN networks. Today more than 35% of its staff is involved in Research, Development and Innovation activities, particularly in the area of Web-based real-time communications. Quobis has broad knowledge about SIP and WebRTC technologies working on innovation projects as is a key partner for some of the larger network integrators and service providers, that see Quobis as the preferred partner for projects with special needs in unified communications.

V edition of the RTC meetup at MWC Barcelona

Quobis is happy to announce the next edition of the MWC17 Real-time Communications Meetup, to be held at the Poblenou campus Auditorium – Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF) on Tuesday, February 28, 2017.

Call for speakers is still open, so you can send your proposal to


The foreseen agenda will be:

16.40 Meeting point at MWC at Quobis’ booth

17.00 Bus departs

17.40 Food and drinks served

18.00 Opening remarks

18.10  First panel

19.10 Networking break (food and beverages)

20.00 Second panel

20.40 Closing remarks

You can make your RSVP at:





Second edition Cocktails & Friends Barcelona – MWC17

Quobis invites partners and friends to enjoy Barcelona by night on Wednesday. You can ask for your free ticket and register at:
We’ll be spending some days at the Mobile World Congress (do not hesitate to visit us at the booth CS60 !!!) On Wednesday we will try some amazing cocktails and a great surprise: our friends of Collage have created a cocktail called QUOBIS.

  • Basil Berry Fruity, sweet and sa very interesting combination of raspberries, basil, Gin Mare, elderberry liqueur and lemon juice.
  • White Lady  Citric and refreshing: an easy cocktail with gin, Cointreau and lemon juice pop over to this website.
  • Fizz Maison No. 3 Inspired on French Alps we have created this cocktail with gin, Chartreuse, home of honey syrup and ginger, flavored with fresh rosemary.
  • Mai Tai This means  “very good” in Tahitian. A mixture of Jamaican and agricultural rum, orange liqueur, almond syrup, lime juice and grapefruit juice.
  • Guarapita Refreshing version of the classic beach cocktail from Venezuela. Rum, Capucana rum, orange liqueur, orange juice and passion fruit pulp with homemade cinnamon syrup.
  • Kingston modern variation of the classic Negroni;  the whole character of Jamaican rum blends perfectly with the bitter Campari and sweet red vermouth.
  • Bloody Mary The first recipe of this cocktail was on the New York Bar of Paris in 1921. Vodka, tomato juice and a special touch.
  • Beadspear Inspired by the classic Bellini, we have created this refreshing and daring cocktail with pears, elderflower liqueur, homemade hibiscus syrup and champagne.


  • Brisa Total Light and refreshing mixture of cranberry juice, lemon and grapefruit with elderflower syrup and top with ginger ale.
  • Super Tropical The Caribbean on a summer evening with this cocktail in hand … mango, passion fruit, pineapple and orange with a touch of granadine syrup and ginger ale on top.


Quobis to exhibit at MWC 2017

Quobis, the leader in real-time communication apps for the web, today announced it will be exhibiting at Mobile World Congress 2017, to be held on February 27 to March 2, 2017 in Barcelona (Spain).

screen-shot-2016-12-12-at-07-43-30Quobis’ booth (CS60, booth #3) at the Spanish Pavilion will showcase how  “Sippo WebRTC Application Controller ” (Sippo WAC) can help telecom service providers, enterprises and network equipment vendors, to create value-added WebRTC-based services into their existing offerings.

Sippo WAC is an standard-based network element that 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 an 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 web communications for customers and partners. We want to show to the industry the opportunities that Sippo brings.”.

Quobis’ booth will host different three state-of-the-art demos of WebRTC, from customer care tools to internal collaboration on enterprises.

  • LEVERAGING CUSTOMER CARE IN ENTERPRISESFocused on an enterprise site, we show how Sippo can leverage customer care in a fictional e-commerce platform, providing contextual information to the agent of the call center and co-browsing for the end customer. In addition, a customer on-boarding tool for new customer will help validate their identities, including validation via Mobile Connect.
  • TELCO-DRIVE COLLABORATION FOR RESIDENTIAL USERSThinking on residential users of telcos, we’ll be showcasing how Sippo and WebRTC can complement the RCS/VoLTE strategy providing multi-device support and UI flexibility. In addition we’ll explore the possibilities to improve the user experience on live events, connecting this to a social TV platform that can run on web browsers and smart TVs.
  • COLLABORATION AND ID CONSOLIDATION FOR ENTERPRISE MOBILITYThis demo showcases how telcos can make ID mobility a reality, making possible to receive and make call from different devices, including the possibility to use Sippo to abstract the device complexity. In addition, this demo shows how Sippo can bring collaboration and video in scenarios limited to voice.

Companies interested in arranging an appointment with Quobis should send an email to To learn more about Sippo , please visit


About Quobis

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.