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Quanta, Celeno, Imagination launch WebRTC-enabled IP camera

Tuesday 14 April 2015 | 10:35 CET | News
Quanta Computer, Celeno Communications and Imagination Technologies (IMG.L), have partnered to create a WebRTC-enabled IP camera that lets OEMs and service providers deliver their own branded platform for video conferencing, home surveillance and other applications. The joint platform is available from Quanta as a white-label IP camera, or as a camera module for integration into OEM products such as TVs. It includes a browser application, mobile application, embedded software and cloud services on top of a full HD 1080p camera. 

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Categories: Fixed / Internet
Companies: Celeno / Imagination Technologies / Quanta Computer
Countries: World
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