Tata Communications on Wednesday made its latest Internet based Jamvee audio and video conferencing platform inter-operable with other similar products. Built on Tata Communications' global tier 1 network, Jamvee brings together any client software and device on a single platform providing a secure, unified communications service.
"Interoperability is key to this, and jamvee takes this to the next level. By providing an open and fully customisable foundation for future Unified Communications to be added, companies can realise the full growth potential of Unified Communications," Tata Communications' President and CTO John Hayduk said in a statement.
Earlier only a jamvee user could connect with other jamvee users for video and audio conference. With opening of jamvee platform, the user can connect with Internet technology based audio-video conference products of other companies as well.
Companies like Cisco, Polycom and Google provide conferencing products that connect using the Internet.
"In addition to traditional video conferencing or tele-presence, participants joining virtual meetings from their enterprise soft clients (software applications) can leverage jamvee's full audio, video, chat and content sharing capabilities...Or simply join through your browser," the statement said.