Conferencing (Live)

Gary Campbell – Start-up founder, director.

Nominated by the BCTIA as best start-up in 2006 by 900 BC technology companies.  Earned media in PC Magazine, profiled in a publication by the Honourable Colin Hansen (June 15, 2006) “British Columbia Technology Sector Profile” as a success story, appeared in Frost and Sullivan, IDC Research and Wainhouse Research publications.

Over 500,000 meetings hosted with 4 million users.

Used by Verizon internally, rolled out to thousands of internal developers, used by Health Canada, Engineers without Borders, Purple Hearts, colleges, universities, Canadian military for group based tank simulations, real time auctions to sell heavy equipment (live bidding component).

Servers were .NET C# based, client was OCX based, first on the scene with Win 7 1 click web install, with openSSL (since at that time, Windows did not provide SSL layer services), VoIP audio mixing, webcam, PPT presentations, screen-casting, recordings, voting, web tours and a multitude of other features ahead of its time were provided.