Acision wins dangerous demos audience vote award at astricon
Acision has been recognised again for its contributions in WebRTC, receiving Truphone’s Dangerous Demos Audience Vote Award at AstriCon, the longest-running event devoted to all-things Asterisk.
Joining contemporaries at one of the most influential open source telecommunication projects today, Peter Dunkley, Technical Director at Acision, who also participated in a speaker session at the event, took part alongside other contenders in the live on-stage competition, Dangerous Demos.
The fun format of the popular Dangerous Demos allows each presenter no more than four minutes to produce their demonstration with roughly 90 seconds for each change over. Winners are determined by live audience voting (powered by Asterisk).
In his speaker session, ‘Fronting Asterisk with Kamailio for WebRTC and web-service integration’, Peter covered scaling and security in WebRTC, two important aspects for providing any service.
Acision continues to enhance its rich, customer engagement strategy and toolkit with its powerful Acision SDK that enables developers and enterprises to integrate WebRTC technology into their web and mobile apps.
Learn more about the Acision SDK at forge.acision.com.
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