WebRTC has rapidly become the standard for peer-to-peer video, audio and data streaming and IceLink with its multi-browser and multi-platform support allows you to use WebRTC Anywhere.
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Icelink 2.4.11 also adds Opus codec support providing WebRTC based high definition audio for Internet Explorer, Safari, iOS, Android, .NET, Mac, Java, Xamarin.iOS, and Xamarin.Android.
The IceLink user interface layout manager has also been greatly enhanced so there is now very little one cannot do using the layout maanger. Also, IceLink examples have been re-structured to better illustrate the separation of signalling vs. local media vs. conferences.
“By providing WebRTC capabilities for Internet Explorer and Safari in addition to Chrome, Firefox and Opera alongside support for native applications on numerous platforms, organizations can start using WebRTC today," said Anton Venema, CTO for Frozen Mountain, "By remaining compatible with the WebRTC standard, applications using IceLink seamlessly interact with applications using other WebRTC implementations. We believe WebRTC is an excellent solution for peer-to-peer processing and we want organizations to start using it now.”
IceLink is used world-wide in multiple industries such as Telecommunications, Tele-Medicine, Education and Government to provide secure, high-performance peer-to-peer processing based on the WebRTC standard.
About Frozen Mountain:
Frozen Mountain is a leading communications software company specializing in the development of multi-platform WebRTC, HTTP Push and REST SDKs. With customers in over 47 countries, Frozen Mountain delivers quality software and professional services allowing customers to quickly take advantage of modern communications approaches to lower the total cost of their operations.
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