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June 24, 2010

The Apple iPad Receives Damaka Offerings Including Presence, Application Sharing and Real-Time Video Conferencing

By Deepika Mala, TMCnet Contributor


Damaka, a technology pioneer in mobile unified communications and collaboration, has further extended its presence, instant messaging, audio/video; real-time live multi-party video conferencing and application sharing offerings to the Apple iPad. 
 
On iPhone (News - Alert), Android, Windows Mobile and Symbian devices, these features are already available.
 
To provide key features including live video, application/desktop sharing and multi-party video conferencing, the industry-first Damaka application leverages the large form factor and mobility of the iPad. Users can easily toggle between full screen and small view formats.
 
'Businesses are looking for tools that support today's mobile workforce, such as collaboration tools like video chat that will increase productivity,' said Satish Gundabathula, CTO of Damaka. 'The iPad form factor is enhanced by innovative Damaka offerings including presence, application sharing and real-time video conferencing, enabling the ability to connect with any device, anywhere, any time on any network.'
 
The groundbreaking Damaka mobile unified communications and collaboration solution is available in both Peer-to-Peer and traditional client-server architectures.
 
With a highly optimized footprint for smartphones and numerous operating systems, Damaka's software application is based on patented 'direct peering' P2P technology. A unique solution for service providers, enterprise organizations and SMBs, including healthcare professionals is provided by the Damaka mobile UCC offering.
 
'The Damaka application on iPad provides exceptional mobility with a larger form factor enabling physicians to engage in real-time live video conferencing with EMT personnel, who may be transporting a patient in critical condition,' Dr. Navaneeta Gorrepati, Cardiologist, said. 'Also, doctors can review up-to-date electronic medical records from any location, while still attending to the patient in real-time.'
 
In related news, Damaka, a technology pioneer in mobile unified communications and collaboration, has chosen Nadel Phelan (News - Alert), Inc. as its public relations firm of record.
 

Deepika Mala is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Alice Straight




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