SPOTLIGHT: Openera launches P2P IMS video sharing app

Openera has launched an IMS peer-to-peer video sharing application linked to its Active Phone Book suite. The company says that despite video calls never taking off with consumers, real-time streaming live video will catch on via handsets. Openera's video app establishes a circuit-switched connection first, then establishes peered video as an out-of-band half duplex app on top of the circuit switched connection. Openera says the solution works with fixed-mobile convergence apps and in some WiFi/cellular apps. Web site

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