Real-time streaming video in a web browser using WebRTC and Flash technology
Full integration with VoIP devices via the SIP protocol. Audio and video calls directly from a web browser.
Live video broadcasting from IP cams
Web phone widget that can make calls and receive SIP calls directly from a web browser
Integration with any SIP provider or enterprise PBX. Centralized call processing.
Click to Call service for calls from your website or group of websites
Use your own SIP provider or an enterprise PBX to route, bill and process calls
Live video streaming from RTSP IP cameras with low-latency to mobile and desktop browsers
Connection to surveillance systems via the RTSP protocol and further broadcasting to web browsers
Live stream recording from a browser's web camera to server in the mp4 and webM formats
The recorded files are available for further downloading and processing
Live streaming from a browser’s web camera and broadcasting of this video to multiple other browsers and mobile devices on various platforms.
Web Call Server 5 receives an RTMP video stream in H.264 and AAC codecs from a Live Encoder and shares this video stream to browsers and mobile devices.
Cross browser real-time streaming video with low-latency for online-broadcasting, video chats, webinars, web conferencing, etc
Share a screen directly from a web browser. It is crucial feature for e-learning and remote work.
Chrome and Firefox screen capture is supported.
Share a browser video stream from a web cam with any player supporting the RTSP protocol, i.e. VLC player
Connecting to SIP devices and services and broadcasting of the SIP call to an external RTMP server or a CDN network for further mass delivery of the received content
iOS browsers do not support the WebRTC technology.
Web Call Server sends a video stream to iOS Safari via the Websocket protocol, which allows reducing latency to 1-3 seconds producing a nearly real-time broadcasting compared to HLS.
Live broadcasting to TV, set top boxes and other devices via HLS.
WebRTC library for streaming video and calls on iOS platform. Plain examples for quick testing.
The SDK allows embedding streaming video and calls into a mobile app for App Store, calling and streaming video from iOS devices to browsers on desktop and Android platformsDownload iOS SDK iOS SDK Documentation
Simple license for 1 server
Does not have any functional limitations. Technical support is provided via the online forums. Confidential information (logs, traces and so on) can be passed by e-mail.
Free updates are available within a year after you purchase the license. Consecutive one year prolongations cost 50% of the license cost.
Enterprise license is issued with warranty maintenance of the selected functions and is supported during the entire warranty period of the license.
The cost of the license depends on selected functions and planned bandwidth of the solution in terms of the number of simultaneous calls, streams and connections.
An Enterprise license can also have various optional functions and custom solutions.
System requirements: Linux x86_64, 1 core CPU, 1 Gb RAM, Java