Autor: Iago Soto

QUOBIS 13th anniversary: Consolidation of a human-centric communication tech company

QUOBIS was celebrating its 13th anniversary this summer. This is a special year, as we have reached the threshold of 50 employees (currently 55), becoming a medium-size company. This was a long journey since we started in 2006.

QUOBIS´ journey: from telephony engineering services to real-time communications technology provider

During these years we have focused our activities on real-time communications.

In 2006 we started to build communications platforms based on Asterisk (an open-source solution to build PBXs), for medium-sized companies closed to our headquarters.

Soon, we realized the opportunity of SIP trunking (to connect corporate PBX to telcos, instead of using legacy technologies of analog or PRI lines), where we could help to provide professional services for the integration of Session Border Controllers. This opened up the possibility of working with larger companies (including most of the top 20 companies in Spain)

We kept the activities with Asterisk and other open-source communications tools as a second line of business, focused on building media server ad-hoc functionalities for special requirements.

Early contributors to WebRTC technology: building the new standard

In 2012 we started to work with WebRTC. This was not casual, as this technology was announced as the biggest change in the real-time communication world for the last years and some vendors (including manufacturers of session border controllers) were launching solutions to interconnect the WebRTC signaling and media to SIP. As we started in the early stages of the technology, we spent some time working on standardization and we detected a business opportunity of building our own application server for WebRTC (Sippo).

A big step forward: Becoming technology owners of Sippo

This means one of the biggest challenges for Quobis, moving from a service company to develop our own products. This represented not only building a team of developers, quality assurance and product management, as we had to change our marketing and operation processes.

Growing together: from local to the global organization

We moved from a company providing service to local (mostly in Spain) companies to having a global market, making deals with partners and resellers, adopting English for communication, having a presence in worldwide events, etc.

This helped us to increase the results, incomes and team members but, at the same time, we make some efforts to maintain the philosophy of a small company. Being more than 50 is difficult, but we like to be transparent in our management, providing information about the performance of the company, the biggest challenges in the short-term, current activities and projects with customers, etc. that help all the team to be involved in the project.

After working hard, it’s time to play hard

In QUOBIS we are used to celebrating things, as we like to stop for a while for small parties (birthdays, welcomings of new employees, etc). This is something we did for the anniversary, enjoying some pastries and cakes together. This year we added a quiz based on Kahoot with some funny questions about the company and local facts. The winner won a leisure trip to a resort with his family. 

In addition, we used this event to select the destination of the IX Quobis Outdoor Camp. This event is something similar to a company day but with no internal motivational speeches or so. We just travel together to a place to do an activity together. 

This year we selected A Illa de Arousa, a fantastic island in one of the bays of Galicia. There, we split the team into groups of 6 in order to participate in a gymkhana with three different parts: first, we had to search, in bikes,  for some hidden clues along the islands, thanks to a treasure map; second, a kayak in pairs to go to Areoso (a mystic island around 1 mile to A Illa), just to get another part of the map; third, finally we needed to find the final clue just running. In addition, we had some time to enjoy the local food in one of the restaurants.

Outdoor Camp Vilagarcía de Arosa 2019

Real-Time Communications on automotive

Since Henry Ford opened the doors of his factory, innovation has been part of the manufacturing and operation process of the automotive industry. During the last years, some dramatic changes have been adopted, like the usage of electric/hybrid engines, autonomous and self-driving technologies, connected vehicles and user interactivity. 

WebRTC one of the key technologies for the next generation of cars

WebRTC can be one of the key technologies for connected cars, adding a communication layer to this challenging industry.

The global market for connected cars is expected to grow by 270 percent by 2022, according to a new report. More than 125 million passenger cars with embedded connectivity are forecast to ship worldwide between 2018 and 2022,

Internet of business

Today, most of the vehicles include some kind of onboard computer and screen, that helps the driver to control a wide range of functions of the car, including GPS and cruise control and some indicators about the performance of the car. In addition, mobile phones can be easily connected to the car (i.e., Carplay from Apple for iOS) adding more value to the user experience. For instance, it’s possible to send and receive Whatsapp messages using voice recognition tools, with no need to touch the screen while driving. 

WebRTC can be integrated into embedded devices

Today, WebRTC is one of the technologies adopted by over-the-top players and communication service providers (Google hangouts, Skype web, etc), with browser and mobile application versions. In addition, WebRTC can be integrated into embedded devices, which opens up the possibility to build new use cases in IoT, including verticals like telemedicine (adding multimedia to medical devices), intercoms, set-top-boxes, etc.

The adoption of webRTC by cars is interesting to boost user interactivity. Now, most of the onboard computers and personal mobile devices support WebRTC, so they are ready to manage real-time communications. Quobis had the chance to work in this field in the R&D project Sat2car, along with PSA Peugeot Citroen and other industry stakeholders.

Fig.1. Car to agent communications with signaling and media ciphered.

Video assistance for car-sharing, car-pooling, and rental

One of the use cases consists of providing assistance and videoconference services to users of a professional or pay-per-use fleet.

WebRTC provides functionalities like audio/video conference with customer service of the car manufacturer, assurance services or fleet manager or event audio/video conference between users. This helps drivers, that are not familiar with the car, to access the support services.

Supervisor mode

Real-time communications can be also adopted for adding a supervisor mode. As an example, the driver of a fleet or car-sharing company can be contacted from a smartphone for supervision (from parents, fleet manager, end customer, etc.). In this scenario, car information (speed, GPS, load weight, etc.) and cameras can be available for communication, so car owners can have some type of control of the behavior of the driver and performance of the car.  In this case, different cameras for specific zones (driver cabin, cargo cabin, etc.) can be used for supervision.

Emergency Calling

Another use case for WebRTC is an emergency call where a WebRTC client is running in the Car PC or onboard unit. As an example, the video from the car can be recorded in 5 minutes buffer mode. The driver or a crash sensor can activate an emergency call to customer service or emergencies, allowing them to have access to the video from the car and to the sensor’s information (speed, GPS, etc.) in real-time. Others (police, the insurance company,….) can receive automatically the recording of the last 5 minutes. In addition, in case of an emergency, drivers near the emergency location receive a notification to be careful or asking for help or assistance. 

Assistance in case of overtakes

Another possibility is real-time video transmission to provide better assistance in case of overtakes. Imagine large vehicles or vans that could transmit real-time video from frontal camera to the onboard units of vehicles just behind in order to facilitate overtaking. For instance, large vehicles can have a stick in the rear of the vehicle to notify drivers that they provide this feature (i.e. message: “Video car enabled – use my license plate number to connect to my front camera). This connection could be automatically in the car has a camera and the truck a stick with a QR code. In any case, as this communication is critical, security procedures will be included to validate the veracity of video source and remove/reduce video delays. 

WebRTC and the autonomous car

For the moment, we have been talking about traditional cars but this is even more interesting for autonomous cars. Users will be available to work from the car, so interactivity will be even more important. Provide tools for entertainment or just connectivity to work from the vehicle will be one of the demands of this new market.

There are different use cases for these vehicles. As an example, one of the use cases is when the driver recovers the car control because of working areas (or difficulties in the interpretation of video to take decisions autonomously), car information is transmitted to the central service. This video can be used as learning material, taking into account the actions of the driver. 

Source: Nvidia

Notification System

Another possibility for connected and legacy cars are notification system. For instance, some events can be detected by the camera from the car in real-time and transmitted to a notification system that generates alarms or notifications to the drivers in the same area: traffic jams, accidents, emergency, parking availability, etc. There are some current tools to expose this type of issues (i.e. Google Maps or Waze) but they lack of real-time feedback.

Fig 2. car-sharing information from front camera to feed an AI system that will launch notifications

Quobis is contributing to Prosody source code

Prosody is an XMPP server implementation in Lua aiming to be easy to set up and configure, efficient with system resources and easy to be extended by developers to quickly add new features or prototype new protocols. 

 XMPP is an open and standard-based protocol for chat and messaging. Quobis is using XMPP as it’s the best way to implement flexible and secure messaging tools, fully compliant with GDPR and with all the advanced features that today implement the leader OTT services. In addition, this opens up new possibilities to connect and federate to other messaging services.  

Quobis is using Prosody to provide chat capabilities to its Sippo products. This is currently supported by Sippo collaborator and in the Sippo platforms. This allows us to add easily required features and customizations for our use cases. 

The customizations that may be of interest to other Prosody users have been contributed back to the community as Prosody modules. You can find more information at:

Sippo for frontline workers

One of the key points of Sippo collaborator is the flexibility to adapt to the existing assets of the customers. UC market is mature with big players (Cisco, MS Skype for business, etc), so our role is work together with customer in those scenarios where the industry standard solutions are not convenient.

Typically, these traditional solutions meet 90% of the requirements of  «standard» workers. These workers are usually called «office workers» or «knowledge workers», and are characterized by having a corporate PC, corporate phone, corporate directory account, corporate email, corporate token, etc.

But, these solutions are heavy when you want to apply them to workers with a different role, such us:

  • Fleet drivers (trucks, buses, etc …)
  • Courier delivery
  • Personnel of retail companies (supermarkets, supermarkets, fashion chains, etc …)
  • Health workers  (nurses, assistants, orderlies, ambulance drivers, etc …)
  • Warehouse staff
  • Technical assistance personnel (plumbers, electricians, etc …)

These workers are often called in various ways (field workers, frontline workers, deskless workers, non-office workers, «on-the-go» workers, etc …) and represent a very high percentage of workers (more than «Desk workers») that, in general, are disconnected from the IT solutions of the company (including the UC strategy).

Using Sippo collaborator we have a huge opportunity to serve this market, which until now has been «forgotten» but in which it is already beginning to have competition from startups and large corporations (Microsoft Teams and Facebook Workplace mainly). In our case, we have some advantages based on well-known references, our ability to interconnect to the existing assets (active directories, SIP interconnection, etc), the possibility to run in ad-hoc devices (smart-watches, etc)  and our expertise in ‘democratizing’ UC (making things really easy to adopt).

In addition, our current focus on deployments on-premises (for GDPR compliance) and our native support of voice & video communications make Sippo a good choice comparing with cloud-based messaging tools.

More information: Analysis from 451 Research: «Second-wave mobility: how mobile-native communications enables the virtual workforce»

Quobis to exhibit at the MWC Barcelona

NEW! Social event:  Quobis tapas party on Wed 27th . More info:

Quobis, the leader in real-time communication apps for the web, today announced it will be exhibiting at Mobile World Congress 2018, to be held on February 25 to February 28, 2019 in Barcelona (Spain).

Quobis’ booth (CS50, booth #41) at the new area of the Spanish Pavilion will showcase the new portfolio of Sippo for the telco and enterprise market. 

The new portfolio includes the evolution of 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 telcos to expose network capacities and help third parties to develop new applications.

In addition, Sippo collaborator has been adapted to feel the gap of GDPR regulation, helping enterprises to have their own messaging tool while keeping al the data under control while keeping the integration with existing PBXs, call center platforms or third party solutions (including federating presence, chat, contact list and voice and video communications). 

“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 two state-of-the-art demos of WebRTC, from enabling tools for the enterprise market to new applications in the IoT era.

  • MESSAGING AND GDPR COMPLIANCE: Focused on an enterprise, we’ll show how Sippo can leverage employee communications providing a complete control about the data exchange. Sippo help to defeat the challenge of adopting the new regulation while keeping the user experience and adoption. 
  • REAL-TIME COMMUNICATION ON IOT  With a specific use case, using one of our existing customers, we’ll explore how WebRTC helps an intercom device to make a voice and video call with a C++ implementation. WebRTC running in small devices, using our C++ opens new possibilities with exciting use cases. 

Companies interested in arranging an appointment with Quobis should send an email to Pre-scheduled meeting will be held at the 5L15MR  (meeting room in the Hall 5, see map below)

To learn more about Quobis and the Sippo family , please visit

Booth location

About Quobis

Quobis is a leading European company in the delivery of carrier-class unified communication solutions for telcos and enterprises.
Quobis is well-known as one of the leaders in the deployment of WebRTC technology after being involved in the release of the industry-first application server, called Sippo WebRTC Application Controller.
Today, this element is part of the core network of different telcos worldwide. 

In addition Sippo is helping enterprises to defeat the challenges behind digital transformation processes using real-time communicationsThe company is headquartered in Vigo, Spain with partners throughout the world.

Quobis running a videoconferencing tool in cars

Quobis was demonstrating Sippo videoconferencing tool running in an onboard unit of PSA (Peugeot Citroën group) as a result of the R&D project Sat2car. Connectivity was tested from different places and network conditions in order to validate this technology for different use cases on connected cars. 

Role of Quobis in Sat2car

Quobis is taking part of Sat2Car project with the objective of implementing a system for connected vehicle services via satellite communications.

Quobis is contributing to the design and implementation of a set of multimedia services based on WebRTC and our solution Sippo wac. It will allow real time communications integrated in the board screen of the car and it will provide assistance and videoconference services to users from a professional assistance service.

The main functionalities will be audio/video conference to an agent that can provide customer service or assurance services among others. This application will also provide data from the car to the agent like GPS location, speed, etc. In case of a crash, the videoconference will be established automatically. Besides, an infotainment and travel entertainment service will be implemented in the customer application to allow the access to video content both for entertainment and support services.

About Sat2car 

Egatel with Quobis, Altia, Peugeot Citroen Spain and Hispasat as partners. It started in 2016 and finishes at the end of 2018.

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WEBINAR: Enterprise messaging in the data protection era

On Tuesday December 11th, 2018 Quobis will be speaking for 30 minutes about Enterprise Messaging and Data Protection. Register below for free.

Large enterprises are now facing different challenges related to protecting data in corporate communications, as employees are used to work with Whatsapp and other similar apps to communicate with colleagues and customers. New regulation makes this hard, as enterprises need to have the consent on the participants to use third party tools and give the right to be forgotten.

We’ll explore in this webinar how regulation is affecting the enterprise communication landscape and the solutions to be compliant with the new regulation.

Module 1: State of the art of enterprise messaging and data protection
  • Key facts of GDPR in enterprise messaging
  • Whatsapp vs current regulation
  • Overview of current messaging solutions
  • Bringing real mobility and multi-device support
Module 2: Challenges in corporate communications
  • Integration with existing IT assets and PBXs
  • Numbering and multi-ringing
  • Notifications and multi-device complexity
  • Security and data protection
  • Session recording
  • Contact lists and network address books
  • Meetings and collaboration

December 11th, 2018

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Quobis to exhibit at the ITexpo 2019

Quobis, the leader in real-time communication apps for the web, today announced it will be exhibiting at ITexpo, to be held on January 29th to Febraury 1st in Fort Lauderdale (Florida).

Quobis’ booth (#118)  will showcase how the launch of a new product called Sippo hub, an enterprise-grade server that enables companies with customer-care applications based on multimedia real time communications to defeat the challenges of digital transformation while keeping the existing call center infrastructure.

Sippo hub provides prebuilt use cases and modules and an open API/SDK to support/build tools like video ID verification, video evaluation, document review, among others.


“This means our first participation at the ITexpo East, so this is the ideal place for launching a new product,” explains Iago Soto, Chief Marketing Officer of Quobis  “For us, it is going to be a great opportunity to explain how Sippo is the best architecture to deal with the digital transformation challenge. We want to show to the industry the opportunities that Sippo brings.”.

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 for telcos and enterprises.

Quobis is well-known as one of the leaders in the deployment of WebRTC technology after being involved in the release of the industry-first application server, called Sippo WebRTC Application Controller.

Today, this element is part of the core network of different telcos worldwide. In addition Sippo is helping enterprises to defeat the challenges behind digital transformation processes using real-time communications

The company is headquartered in Vigo, Spain with partners throughout the world.

Sippo collaborator will benefit from 5GTANGO platform

Quobis is taking part of 5GTANGO project where one of its main roles is the implementation of a Communication suit pilot to test how the 5GTANGO platform helps to deal with security, monitoring and debugging issues when scaling.

The objective of this pilot is to test our scalable real-time communication platform which allows to exchange real-time media, Sippo collaborator, and to use the 5GTANGO platform to provide a scalable implementation solving some of the problems during the implementation of real-time unified communication systems, like difficulties of security, when monitoring and debugging, when scaling up the solution, etc, where validation and performance tests must be adapted to each environment.

Quobis will integrate the results of 5GTANGO in Sippo by the addition of APIs to use the 5GTANGO framework and new features based on network functions and services from the project. This integration will provide flexibility to adapt the Sippo infrastructure to the resources required for real time.  


5GTANGO is a 5GPPP Phase2 project that enables the flexible programmability of 5G networks with:

  1. a) an NFV-enabled Service Development Kit
  2. b) a Store platform with advanced validation and verification mechanisms for VNFs/Network Services qualification
  3. c) a modular Service Platform with an innovative orchestrator in order to bridge the gap between business needs and network operational management systems.

You can find more information about 5GTANGO here.


About Sippo collaborator

Sippo collaborator is an enterprise-grade multi-device unified communication suite integrated with existing customer PBXs and call center platforms. It provides a complete set of advance features like video conferencing, call recording, presence and messaging.

You can find more information about Sippo collaborator here.

SOCCER project: Quobis evolves its onboarding system with certified videoconference

by Yudani.riobo |  Quobis is working on SOCCER project with Tecnocom and Mobbeel to develop a system that allows the onboarding process for banks in a non-face-to-face way by certified video.

Within this project we are developing an app and a web application to let users to contract a service or a product from a bank portfolio. The main improvements regarding the current onboarding process are:

  • Facial recognition for identification and validation of user respect by national identity card (DNI) or passport
  • Verification process to validate DNI or passport
  • Certification of the video recordings
  • Validation of the integrity of the recordings

We designed the architecture needed to integrate the elements to extract and process the video sources in the contact center of the current onboarding process, and we are now integrating the facial recognition algorithms, the identification and authentication algorithms of DNI and the video validation and certification system.

If you want to know our expertise in onboarding processes you can find more information here or you can contact us.


Benefits of enabling a WebRTC Contact Center

by Jorge Cabaleiro | Since its inception in 2011, WebRTC had the potential of being a disruptive technology for the contact center world (you can check this blog post about traditional WebRTC markets if you want to learn more about that). The technology opens up a whole new way to communicate with customer by bringing contact centers the possibility of integrating voice, video and collaboration into any mobile and desktop computer by using the web browser. Back in the day technology adoption have been slow due to lack of standards, but nowadays, with major browsers offering WebRTC support (Safari being the last to jump aboard on September 2017) and several mainstream apps making use of the technology (I.e. Google Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, Discord…) WebRTC is estable and ready for massive market adoption.

WebRTC introduces several benefits to the contact center environment; the most obvious is improved customer experience. Customers can call directly from a website, no need to switch to the phone if they are using a desktop computer and, because the contact center knows from which specific website the call was generated there is no need for IVR making the whole journey smoother.

Besides making a better customer experience, WebRTC reports benefits to the contact center in terms of cost reduction. The cost reduction comes from two sources. First, faster resolution times, the agent has access to contextual information about the customer which translates in fewer questions to assess the initial situation. Also, agent and customer can start a screen sharing session making it faster and easier to guide through websites. Another tool that boosts efficiency is video, nonverbal communication represents more than half of all communication;  being able to see facial expressions, gestures and posture gives the agent the capability to better understand the customer. The second source of cost reduction is fewer incoming toll free calls, these calls cost around 0,03€/minute which is not a high number, but multiplied by the total of inbound calls it cas easily add up to to the millions. Reducing the amount of these toll-free calls can quickly increase savings.

In the next chart the potential cost savings are analyzed. Premises are that a 25% of the calls to the contact will be performed via WebRTC, efficiency gains produce an AHT (agent handling time) reduction of a 7% and average agent salary is 18.000€.

New use cases: Field support

In the last few years Augmented Reality has experimented exponential growth and adoption so new use cases have been developed in a variety of verticals. In the case of WebRTC augmented reality capabilities have been added to the technology in order to create what can be called “remote field support”. Augmented reality brings the possibility of adding drawings, instructions and virtual models to a real time video. This allows an agent to guide anyone through fixing something in a “see what I see” fashion.

This use case is suitable for customer care in case of failure or problems with an appliance. For instance when a customer calls about an issue with a device the agent can try and guide the customer through fixing it if possible; worst case scenario when the technician is deployed there is already visual knowledge about the situation speeding resolution times.

For an enterprise sending an  on site technician represents a huge cost, often times the customer would be able to solve an issue if properly guided. This allows to send technicians only to critical situations that truly require their attention.

Taking as a premise that only 2% of jobs that would require a technician are solved remotely this would represent savings as represented in the next chart (considering cost of technician 100€).


Sippo hub

As explained, contact centers can greatly benefit of higher customer satisfaction and increased savings by complementing the traditional voice & chat offer with WebRTC. Quobis offers Sippo hub, an enterprise-grade server that enables contact centers to add extended capabilities beyond traditional voice. Contact centers can provide a whole new range of services and explore new use cases to monetize while improving the customer experience.

Sippo hub is a customized solution fully compatible with both commercial and open source call center solutions. Integrate it with the company assets to fully empower your employees. Visit our website or write to for more information.

The traditional WebRTC market (second part)

by Jorge Cabaleiro | In a previous blog post I explained a little bit of the beginnings of WebRTC and the very first use cases that were developed using the technology. We are in 2018 now and long time has passed since the early days of WebRTC; in these 7 years many new technologies and trends developed, allowing new use cases and new industries to target. These are some of the new verticals that will benefit from using WebRTC:


  • eLearning: education is a traditional mature market that has undergone a great deal of change in the last few years. Adoption of new teaching ways like MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) started the trend of going beyond brick and mortar education. WebRTC allows to move from a pre recorded video to have an online live seminar with a professor (check this video of IE Wow Room). For students, teachers and education institutions the technology means lower price of education and facilitating the access to high level education. For enterprises means that internal trainings can be done easily removing the need of flying teams from different locations.


  • Live streaming: in industries like gaming or live betting low latency on the stream is crucial. WebRTC offers the possibility of streaming media with non perceptible delay allowing true live interaction between watchers and provider. Broadcasters can also benefit, the technology allows for P2P streaming which means that users can cooperate sending pieces of content directly between them lowering the load of the streaming servers. Lastly, there’s an opportunity for generalistic TV channels as they will be able to easily add live interaction with viewers.


  • One-way conversational devices: this is one of the newest technologies that have arised in the last few years. “Virtual Assistants” triggered by voice are a growing market, big companies are releasing their own products (Amazon with Alexa or Google with Home). These devices are always connected and by using WebRTC they can offer the possibility of placing phone calls directly. If the virtual assistant has a camera a video call can be performed.


  • IoT: there is the prediction that IoT will explode in scale in the next few years. All this wave of new connected devices offers a huge possibility for a technology like WebRTC. For example, smart doorbells; don’t miss a delivery anymore you can connect with your doorbell real time, talk to your courier, open the door and tell the person to leave the package on the entrance. A sensor in fire alarms can trigger a video call to emergencies sharing real time images of the location to assess risks. It is expected that many new use cases will come up in the following years using connected devices.


  • Connected car: the rise of autonomous vehicles means that cars will have a wide array of sensors, cameras and microphone as well as internet connection. Security recording and streaming for insurance claims, emergency communications or passenger entertainment and communications are some of the areas where the technology can make an impact.  


  • Field Support: this is somewhat an extension of contact center capabilities, adding 3d modeling (AR/VR) to a live stream can help agents explain to the customers how to fix a problem. In case that a the client can’t fix the issue and a technician needs to be deployed there are benefits to the technology as well. Firstly the technician already has visual information of the problem which lowers resolution times. Secondly, in case help is needed the technician could start a “see what I see” session with a colleague instead of leaving and escalating the issue, add the possibility of incorporating 3d modeling and whiteboard on the stream to gain more efficiencies in repair times..

From connected cars to gaming or telemedicine, it is to expect a continuous growth of WebRTC usage in the near future. As we can see, the technology is more than just video conferences and calls which is something that usually tends to dominate the industry focus. In Quobis we developed our own WebRTC platform, Sippo, enabling enterprises and service providers to have their own custom RTC apps covering a whole range of use cases, if you want more information visit our website or send an email to