Sprint’s Messaging Plus RCS service powered by Jibe Mobile now has Holiday shouts that users can send to their friends and family, even if they haven’t downloaded the app yet. A shout is like a sticker but with audio, so it provides an even better messaging experience when words just cannot say enough.
If you are using Messaging Plus on your Android or iPhone smartphone, the new holiday shouts will appear automatically, and it’s really easy to send a shout.
How to send a shout:
Step 1 – Click the smiley face
Step 2 – Click on the wreath to see the holiday shouts
Step 3 – Select the shout you want to send
Jibe’s IP Cloud and Clients provide cross-platform video calling and sharing using the two most widely used codecs H.264 and VP8 natively within its applications, making Jibe’s Clients an ideal choice for operators that require interoperability for RCS video services across devices.
This week, at WebRTC V hosted in San Jose, the IETF announcement was discussed as ground breaking news:
The Codec Battle is Now Over
Going forward, the WebRTC standard shall support H.264 and VP8. A decision we made two years ago. This announcement and the going forward support for H.264 and VP8 in the browser will allow the acceleration of the development of the enhanced user experience between mobile and web.
How does this impact carriers?
Carriers will benefit…
This week, we’ll be presenting on the opportunities to monetize the mobile media stream at WebRTC Conference & Expo V, held in San Jose, California. Jibe’s director of sales engineering, Neil McGrath, will co-present a session on Wednesday 19th from 9:50 a.m. -10:20 a.m., titled “Media Service – is this where the money is?”
McGrath will explore the advantages, challenges and opportunities of WebRTC-enabled services, and why Jibe chose to incorporate WebRTC into its cloud-based IP communications platform to help Mobile Operators rapidly implement the highest quality IP communications on a wide scale. In addressing carrier monetization of new IP communications, he will share how WebRTC will allow Operators to address its mobile and fixed line subscribers over…
With the native client, we’re demonstrating 1:1 chat, group chat, single and group file transfer…
This week at Rich Communication 2014 in Berlin, Jibe will showcase its cloud-based IP communications services, enabling carriers to provide next generation messaging for their subscribers and friends throughout the world. In addition to a demonstration of Jibe’s end-to-end cloud based services, senior director of product marketing Craig Marshall-Nicholls will share with telecom decision makers from around the world why and how Jibe’s RCS/joyn cloud is replacing traditional infrastructure in order for its mobile operator customers to compete with OTTs.
Rich Communication 2014, the only dedicated RCS event in the market, will bring together top-tier carrier decision makers from all continents to showcase the latest real-life deployments of RCS and promote the dialogue needed to accelerate time-to-market of new deployments, overcome future challenges and increase industry success…
Jibe’s CEO, Amir Sarhangi, to participate on Telecom Council’s Unpanel on The Rising Tide of Messaging. Telecom Council’s Unpanel will start with audience input on the agenda, then the panelists address the topics in an interactive format.
Can the rising tide of messaging float all boats? The stage is set for a battle between OTT providers, classic portals, and the carriers. The players include service providers, infrastructure companies, app developers, game developers, and even device makers, and the first wave of winners and losers is behind us.
- Moderator: Derek Kerton, Managing Partner at The Kerton Group
- Amir Sarhangi, CEO at Jibe Mobile
- JF Sullivan, CMO and EVP Product at Acision
- Jim Mains, Chief Strategy Officer…
Next week at CTIA Super Mobility Week, Amir Sarhangi will present Why Mobile Operators’ IP Communications Belong in the Cloud. Amir will be speaking about the radical change in how infrastructure is now delivered and why the cloud is important for Mobile Operators as a competitive advantage as they move to All-IP networks. Jibe has been at the forefront of the move to the cloud for Operators with live cloud-based IP messaging-communication deployments in North America and Europe for tier 1 operators.
Speaker: Amir Sarhangi
Time: Sep. 10, 2014 from 5:15 PM to 5:29 PM
Location: Venetian − Veronese 2503-2504
CTIA MobileTalks, Innovation
The Messaging-Communications War is on! This was made clear to every mobile carrier by…
Today, Jibe announced that Deutsche Telekom’s regional operating companies in Romania and Slovakia, COSMOTE Romania and Slovak Telekom, rolled out their joyn services developed by Jibe Mobile and delivered over the Jibe IP Communication Cloud. joyn powered by COSMOTE and joyn by Telekom, provided by Jibe Mobile, let customers use a single application to connect via video call, text, instant messaging, group messaging, as well as share their favorite photos and videos — on their iPhone and Android™- powered smartphones. joyn encourages even more customers, using Android and iPhone smartphones, to embrace and take advantage of 4G/LTE speed and quality.
This week, we announced that TMC has named Jibe’s IP communications messaging service, Messaging Plus, as a 2014 Unified Communications Product of the Year Award winner. Sprint launched Messaging Plus, its RCS service powered by Jibe Mobile, in late 2013 and is now pre-loading Messaging Plus on nearly all new Android-powered smartphones. Messaging Plus has been given a 4-star rating by Android and iPhone users in Google Play and the Apple App Store.
“This honor is a validation of Jibe’s IP Communication Cloud and our commitment to helping carriers launch innovative consumer applications which are competitive and relevant,” said…
Jibe has been an early leader bringing together WebRTC and mobile. We first made the decision in 2012 to incorporate WebRTC technologies into our platform. Then, in 2013 Jibe launched the world’s first telco cloud using WebRTC to deliver commercial IP Communications services, launching Messaging Plus for Sprint.
At WebRTC 2014 in Atlanta this week, TMC’s Rich Tehrani interviewed Jibe’s Neil McGrath. In the interview, Neil explains Jibe’s commercial deployment of WebRTC to enable iPhone and Android IP Communications, and further explains that Jibe is using WebRTC to enable each Jibe Mobile endpoint.
“What this tells us is the cloud and WebRTC are major themes that carriers are migrating to in order to lower cost and…
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