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Friday, 5 August 2016

NoMachine Cloud Server Introduces WebRTC in Beta

NoMachine has added WebRTC support to its Cloud Server product, thus enabling video and audio streaming when connecting to NoMachine desktops using a WebRTC-enabled browser.

Initially in beta status, the functionality will be available to all users of Cloud Server who explicitly enable the feature.

Real-Time Web Communication (WebRTC) allows end-users to participate in audio, video and other forms of collaborative communications without special hardware or additional software plug-ins. By adding support for WebRTC, organisations using NoMachine Cloud Server will be able to deliver audio and video capabilities to all their end users via any browser with WebRTC capabilities such as Firefox, Opera and Chrome.

Dedicated to offering the best remote desktop experience, NoMachine's move to support WebRTC greatly simplifies the way organisations deliver applications and desktops running in the corporate datacenter. NoMachine has traditionally offered HD video and audio streaming capabilities using its native client installed on the local desktop to connect to the remote host. With NoMachine Cloud Server users can start streaming audio and video from their desktop or application to a remote browser. This makes it possible, for instance, to remotely access and control a hosted video application - with low latency and frame accuracy, which are both critical requirements for video professionals.

For more details about how to enable WebRTC in Cloud Server, including information about regarding new features and the latest bug fixes, please refer to the Release Notice.

For more information please see our web site and contact CustomTech (email info@customtech.com.au or call) to arrange a FREE evaluation and discuss your needs.