OnSIP is the first hosted PBX provider to combine SIP and WebRTC to deliver instant, free, browser-based video calling to anyone seeking a convenient and secure way to communicate over the Internet. The company’s relaunch of GetOnSIP.com is a demonstration of integrating WebRTC into an already-mature communications platform as well as a starting point for developers to leverage browser-to-browser and browser-to-SIP-phone calling for their own applications.
With over 40,000 users, GetOnSIP is a free service from OnSIP that has historically allowed VoIP enthusiasts to register their standard SIP phones for calling. With the relaunch, GetOnSIP has made it easy for anyone to benefit from secure, high-definition calling with a video phone in the browser, no downloading required. GetOnSIP also boasts easy-to-remember call addresses (SIP addresses) and instant “Call Now” links that GetOnSIP users can share for an instant, high-quality voice and video session with unregistered users.
“This is only the beginning,” said
“Now that most PCs are equipped with a webcam, the ability to send a clickable link to someone to initiate a video call has considerably lowered the bar for how individuals can connect,” said
OnSIP is among the leading technology-communication providers developing applications with Web Real-Time Communication (WebRTC), a project open-sourced by
Having helped over 20,000 customers, OnSIP is a leading provider of business VoIP services to businesses. OnSIP provides commercial-grade real-time communications over a geographically redundant and scalable (pat-pending) platform. OnSIP offers enterprise pricing and tools to leverage their SIP platform for large-scale deployments, including APIs and smart proxy, registrar and location services. For more information, visit http://www.onsip.com/developer.
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