Damaka continues to bring advanced mobile unified communication and collaboration solutions that enables today's mobile workforce to be very productive
(PRWEB) May 04, 2012
Damaka®, a technology pioneer in Mobile Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC), has released Xime, a unique software client that extends Video, Audio, IM, and Presence capabilities of IBM Sametime to mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, and Android Smartphone/Tablets, with no additional hardware or software.
Damaka had announced Xime in the early part of this year and is now announcing its general availability for iOS and Android devices. IBM Sametime users can now leverage this unique total software solution to conduct their activities while being mobile. Enterprises which has deployed IBM Sametime can leverage existing hardware infrastructure.
Xime is available in Apple® App Store and Android™ Market. As part of its Enterprise Mobile Video and Mobile Collaboration Strategy, Damaka continues to bring advanced mobile unified communication and collaboration solutions that enables today's mobile workforce to be very productive. Damaka's technology is available on Android™, iPhone®, iPad®, Symbian®, Blackberry®, and Windows Mobile® platforms.
About damaka, Inc.
Damaka (http://www.damaka.com) is an innovator in mobile unified communication and collaboration (UCC) solutions. The company is changing the landscape of mobile UCC by providing secure, real-time mobile video and mobile collaboration solutions on all major smartphones, tablets and PC/MAC platforms, enabling video & collaboration on any device, any network, anytime and anywhere. Damaka's patented managed peer-to-peer SIP based software solution features Sweeping® technology, allowing users to seamlessly transfer in-progress video & collaboration sessions to and from various devices, including laptops, tablets and smartphones. Damaka was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Richardson, TX. For more information on Damaka's Xime solution, please visit http://xime.damaka.com.
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