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Temasys’s WebRTC Skyway Infrastructure Takes Social Media to a New Level

November 18, 2013

Temasys Communications has reached an agreement with Singapore based YuuZoo Corporation to embed the Temasys’s WebRTC Skyway visual communications client into the various e-commerce enabled targeted Social Networks built by YuuZoo. Once fully deployed, up to 37 million YuuZoo users across a 164 countries may be enjoy visual conversations, and large scale streaming of events into individual virtual rooms on the YuuZoo network.

(PRWEB) November 19, 2013

Temasys Communications (“Temasys”) today announced that it has reached an agreement with Singapore based YuuZoo Corporation (“YuuZoo”) to embed the Temasys’s WebRTC Skyway visual communications client into the various ecommerce enabled targeted social networks built by YuuZoo. This allows any user to hold a video conversation with any number of people without leaving the YuuZoo platform, using inbuilt software that provides a completely seamless experience.

Once fully deployed, Temasys will be able to potentially access up to 37 million YuuZoo users across a 164 countries. Using the highly scalable Temasys’s Skyway infrastructure, it will be possible, in addition to visual conversations, to enable large scale streaming of events into individual virtual rooms on the YuuZoo network.

Commenting on the partnership, Bill Lewis, CEO of Temasys said, “Our deployment at YuuZoo launches our Social Real Time Communications initiative and we will transform how social media is used for visual communications – it is a tremendous opportunity for both companies.”

Sharing his view on Temasys, Thomas Zilliacus, Chairman and CEO, YuuZoo said, “Temasys offers an exciting and interesting solution to complement our Ecommerce enabled targeted social networks, their solution will help us improve the user experience on the YuuZoo platform.”

WebRTCSkyway, from Temasys, represents the leading edge of a new, next generation visual communications infrastructure and client portfolio that allows voice and video communications to be achieved with only a browser and an internet connection, and which allows video and voice to be embedded in almost anything (websites, advertisements, emails, contact cards, etc.)

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