Oracle Corporation

Oracle is shifting the complexity from IT, moving it out of the enterprise by engineering hardware and software to work together—in the cloud and in the data center. By eliminating complexity and simplifying IT, Oracle enables its customers—400,000 of them in more than 145 countries around the world—to accelerate innovation and create added value for their customers.

By engineering out the complexity that stifles business innovation, Oracle is engineering in speed, reliability, security, and manageability. The result is best-in-class products throughout an integrated stack of hardware and software, with every layer designed and engineered to work together according to open industry standards. Oracle's complete, open, and integrated solutions offer extreme performance at the lowest cost—all from a single vendor. Integrated, industry-specific solutions are engineered to address complex business processes across a wide range of industries.

WebRTC is the standard Javascript interface for High Definition Video, Audio, and Data Channel in Browsers. Defined by the W3C, WebRTC is currently deployed in Chrome, Firefox, and Opera. While Apple and Microsoft have agreed and ratified the existing standards, WebRTC is not yet deployed in Internet Explorer and Safari. With WebRTC, no plugins, additional downloads or extra processing is required to connect and stream voice, video, and data between browsers. Companies like Oracle and Orange are deploying servers that connect WebRTC browser to existing networks to open the world of communications to the world wide web. New services such as: - traditional phone call to browser, or browser to a traditional phone, mobile or landline - adding webRTC connections to Unified Communications - building sophisticated call centers on web pages with no special equipment - Video/Audio conferencing, all from a webpage - Basic click to call - Voice, video, or real time data into Healthcare services, Financial services, or classroom education

Oracle is delighted to join Orange in the Business Intelligence Hackathon API(BIHAPI) – a developer contest that recognizes that many of the great ideas come from enterprises that require straight forward access to network services like webrtc, billing, or Unified Communications. The Application Programming Interfaces (API) for Business Intelligence(BI) includes the mashup of communications with industries such as city records, finance, education, health, and other enterprises. The purpose of BIHAPI is to not only encourage interesting new innovative services, but to drive business solutions that take full advantage of network functionality.

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