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Damaka Launches Xriz, Worlds First Mobile Video Client for Asterisk® PBX in Apple® App Store and Android Market(January 03, 2012)
Richardson, Texas (PRWEB) January 03, 2012
Damaka®, a technology pioneer in Mobile Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC), today announced the launch of Xriz a unique software client that extends the Video and Audio capabilities of Asterisk PBX to mobile devices like iPhone, iPad, and Android with no additional software or hardware.
Asterisk is open source IP-PBX software that is deployed around the world by numerous enterprises of all sizes. These enterprises can now leverage Xriz with Mobile Video and maximize the full potential of their PBX.
As part of its Enterprise Mobile Video and Mobile Collaboration Strategy, Damaka continues to bring advanced communication and collaboration solutions that enable todays workforce to be very productive. Damakas technology is available on Android, iPhone®, iPad®, Symbian®, Blackberry, and Windows Mobile® platforms.
About damaka, Inc.
Damaka (http://www.damaka.com) is an innovator in mobile unified communication and collaboration (UCC) solutions. The company is changing the landscape of mobile UCC by providing secure, real-time mobile video calling and mobile collaboration solutions on all major smartphones, tablets and PC/MAC platforms, enabling collaboration on any device, any network, anytime and anywhere. Damaka's managed peer-to-peer SIP based software solutions feature Sweeping® technology, allowing users to seamlessly transfer in progress collaboration sessions to and from various devices, including laptops, netbooks, tablets and smartphones. Damaka was founded in 2004 and is headquartered in Richardson, Texas. For more information on Damaka's Xriz solution, please visit http://xriz.damaka.com.
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