Embed video communications into your application using easy-to-integrate APIs powered by our advanced elastic cloud infrastructure.
Our APIs abstract away the details of call setup, including WebRTC signaling, authentication, and directory management. Focus on how you want to use video, we've handled the details to make sure it works right.
Unlike traditional peer-to-peer video communications, our cloud infrastructure transparently provides the necessary technologies to enable use with corporate network configurations, enabling either NAT traversal or the ability to "meet" in the cloud when necessary.
Don't worry about setting up your own servers to negotiate video signaling, firewall traversal, or any of the ancillary services required for video communications. Our APIs and elastic cloud make it easy to access video services as-needed and pay-as-you-go.
Our advanced cloud architecture, designed by experts in software-defined telecom technology, is purpose-built for delivering low-latency, scalable and reliable telecom services.
As the original geeks of software-defined telecom, our mission is to democratize the technology, not price-gouge you for numbers, minutes, or messages. Our industry-low rates are offered to all customers regardless of volume. No contracts. No commitments.
Built for application developers of all skill-sets, our APIs and SDKs take the complexity out of adding real-time video to any application.
Enable contact center agents to actually see issues that customers are describing directly. Easily add video communications directly within ticketing systems or technical support Web pages.
Provide treatment management or onboarding services to patients utilizing remote patient monitoring (RPM) services and devices. Easily add video communications directly within secure patient portals.
Augment existing distance education programs with 1:1 tutoring. Easily add video directly within learning management system (LMS) environments.
Asynchronous chat tools and email are great, but face-to-face interactions are crucial to making remote work, well, work.