TenHands’ platform can deliver real-time communications in any browser-based application, from Enterprise Social and Collaboration Applications like Jive, Salesforce and Box to applications that are more oriented toward consumers such as Facebook or Yahoo. TenHands integrates seamlessly within the workflow of the host application so that end users gain access to video as an easy-to-use mode of communication.
“The story here is the power of the TenHands platform to enable real-time communications. TenHands’ vision is to enable real-time communications in every browser-based application. The browser we live in on-line is going to revolutionize the way we communicate at much the same scale the internet changed how we access information 15 years ago,” explained Mark Weidick, Co-Founder and CEO of TenHands.
The TenHands Facebook app lets users see when friends are available and launch free, high-definition group video calls, all seamlessly within Facebook.
“We launched the TenHands Facebook application on the heels of Strand Consult’s report and a recent eWeek article ‘Facebook Could Be a Skype Killer With a Copycat App’ which highlights an $800 million revenue opportunity for Facebook via the addition of Skype-like communications features,” stated Jack Blaeser, Co-Founder and CCO of TenHands. “We see analogous opportunities for all social and collaboration applications to extend real-time communications to their own services via TenHands to add value for their users and to create differentiation, revenue and profit for their businesses.”
TenHands API built on WebRTC enables real-time video within any browser-based application.
To access the TenHands Facebook app go to: https://apps.facebook.com/tenhands.
About TenHands, Inc.
Founded in 2011 TenHands’ personal video collaboration service is based on Google’s WebRTC initiative to get real-time video and audio into the browser, and is 100% virtualized and cloud based in Amazon’s Elastic Computing Cloud. For more information http://www.tenhands.net