WebRTC is not fully supported by this browser. This demo has been tested with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. Please note that for versions before Firefox 22 the "media.peerconnection.enable" option in "about:config" needs to be enabled.
Aculab's WebRTC client turns any Web page into a phone. You can try it live now - on this page!
WebRTC is currently supported by Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox. You can access the demo from your PC, laptop, tablet or smartphone, provided you view the page from one of these browsers.
Use the WebRTC dialler to call our IVR Demo Application
Enter your name (it will be rendered by text-to-speech and announced when the call is connected), hit ‘call’ and, when prompted, enter the IVR menu option of your choice. This demo shows of some basic features of Aculab Cloud such as TTS you can listen to a ‘speaking clock’. and Call Recording, leave a message, which you can then replay.
You can also set up a browser-to-browser conference call with your friends - just choose and enter a common conference I.D.
Start a call, right here now, on this page!
How does it work?
In this demo, Aculab’s WebRTC client interacts with Aculab Cloud, which acts as the telephony media resource server to the IVR application.
Figure 1: Enabling WebRTC Applications: Aculab Cloud media server composite illustration
When deployed in a real world scenario, Aculab Cloud can be used for a number of WebRTC use cases, such as:
- Contact centre applications
- SIP and/or PSTN gateway
- Unified communications
Without needing any specialised hardware, you can build rich voice communications right into your Website. You can even tie phone calls to your applications served from the Web, offering a far more productive and cost-effective Web experience to your customers, prospects, Website visitors, agents, sales teams, and end users.
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