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Temasys ERTC Platform Named 2017 WebRTC Product of the Year


April 19, 2017

Temasys is a Platform as a Service (PaaS) company that is largely known for its efforts in the WebRTC space. The company prides itself on bridging the gap between the pure open source WebRTC and a complete, enterprise grade, carrier compliant solution, with easy to use APIs and SDKs, dedicated documentation and customer support.


The company’s dedication to providing competitive WebRTC solutions led it to create its Temasys Platform for Embedded Real-Time Communications (ERTC). The Temasys ERTC Platform gives developers of all skill levels the tools and support they need to easily integrate voice, video, chat and data transfer into any app, on any device, at any scale, according to the announcement.

The solution’s inclusiveness is the reason it was chosen by Technology Marketing Corp. as a 2017 WebRTC Product of the Year Award winner.

“It gives me great pleasure to honor Temasys as a 2017 recipient of the WebRTC Product of the Year Award for their innovative Embedded Real-Time Communications Platform,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “Our judges were very impressed with the ingenuity and excellence displayed by Temasys in their groundbreaking work in making real-time communications accessible to developers of Web and mobile applications.”

Temasys is excited about the recognition, and feels inspired to continue its WebRTC work. By creating the Temasys ERTC Platform, the company hoped to empower all developers—beginners and experts alike—to access and use real time communications in all their applications.

Chip Wilcox, Temasys CMO, described the company’s feelings and drive to do more by saying, “We are very happy to be recognized by TMC as a 2017 Product of the Year…Our focus is for the Temasys Platform to provide the easiest and fastest way for developers to add real-time communication features to their web and mobile apps. Recognition like this inspires our team to redouble our efforts.”




Edited by Maurice Nagle

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