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Ribbon’s Faith in WebRTC Pays Off

Ribbon's Kandy platform is well placed to cater for growing industry CPaaS demand with its WebRTC integration capabilities

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UC Today attended Cloud Comms Summit 2019 which concluded in Washington earlier in September. The latest iteration of the Cloud Comms Summit is organised by Cavell Group and the Cloud Communications Alliance.

Patrick asks Ribbon Communication’s Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President of Business Development, Patrick Joggerst, about Ribbon’s attendance at the summit. He explains that the event is perfect for Ribbon as it gathers the service provider community as well as a number of its integration partners together. Joggerst also explains that because of Ribbon’s complete portfolio of solutions it is able to offer service providers real value in any number of areas covering; UCaaS, SD-WAN and CPaaS provision. Ribbon are happy to provide an entire eco-system of solutions or individual products in a more modular approach.

CPaaS was one of the most prominent themes from this year’s Cloud Comms Summit. This is incredibly encouraging for Ribbon with the rising popularity of its own CPaaS platform, Kandy. Kandy offers the service provider community a well priced platform offering a selection of real-time communication software development solutions based on the cloud. Emerging technology areas have always been a key focus for Ribbon and its early adoption and investment in the realms of WebRTC are now paying off in this area with some of the web integration features they can now offer to their partners.

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Presenter and Tech Journalist Patrick Watson with Patrick Joggerst from Ribbon Communications.

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