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Atis launches Open Real-Time Communications APIs

Thursday 25 July 2013 | 11:49 CET | News
Technology and services development organisation Atis has launched the Orca Project, which stands for Open Real-Time Communications APIs, to enhance services for delivering content to any device by using core network services. As its first major deliverable, Orca has developed client-side software called orca.js, with the '.js' denoting creation of a JavaScript library. An open source project serving the web development community, orca.js masks allows developers to focus on adding functionality to their applications, such as voice and/or video calls. The software specifically provides a signaling API to allow developers to access services provided by IMS networks. The orca.js software offers a 'one-stop' vendor-neutral service for accessing network services through a single communications API.

Categories: Internet
Companies: ATIS
Countries: World
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