BEND OR, October 31, 2019 – Enterprise content delivery firm, Kollective, has today announced its new browser-based peering solution, enabling the world’s biggest brands to deploy live video events via Microsoft Teams and Stream. This new technology enables organizations to share their critical messages to their dispersed workforces wherever they are on any device, instantly without requiring an agent to be installed.
Using Kollective’s next-gen ECDN (Enterprise Content Delivery Network) infrastructure and powered by WebRTC Technology, the in-browser solution allows enterprises to quickly and easily scale Microsoft’s modern collaboration suites without needing to install software. IT teams who take advantage of this new browser-based peering solution will deliver content to the edge of their networks and solve bandwidth constraints. Designed for ease of use, with ‘one click’ operability, self-tuning qualities and insightful analytics, the tool makes internal communication and collaboration seamless and reduces the need for additional maintenance.
The new browser-based peering solution is especially suited to medium to large enterprise corporations with a desire to deliver new collaboration tools that build culture, increase engagement and maximize productivity with live events in Microsoft Teams and Stream. Available for a range of browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Teams client and Edge, the solution enables peering to mobile and BYOD devices while providing deep analytics, intelligence, and insights into the adoption and performance that are unique to Kollective.
Commenting on the new solution, Eric Nguyen, Kollective’s Chief Product Officer, said, “As modern workplaces embrace digital transformation and become increasingly global, live video is a vital and effective way to reach every user at the edge. As such, it needs to be as quick and easy as possible for every worker to deploy live videos confidently and effectively.”
“Our new browser-based solution offers enterprises a low-friction, low-risk option for adopting peering technology and unlocks critical insights into the adoption of the latest communication and collaboration tools.”
In addition to launching this new browser-based peering solution integrated with Microsoft Teams, Kollective announced a free 30-day quick start trial of their platform. Once users are confident that the peering will work with their network infrastructure and they are ready to host their first enterprise broadcast, they can sign up for a 6-month Pilot for $25K. This offer includes access to Kollective for ConfigMgr, Kollective’s software delivery solution, leveraging intelligent peering to deliver ongoing Windows 10 software updates and critical patches.
To find out more about Kollective’s new browser-based peering solution, visit https://portal.kollective.app/.
Kollective is the leading independent provider of enterprise content delivery networking (ECDN) infrastructure. Kollective’s cloud-based, software-only platform leverages existing network infrastructure to deliver content faster, more reliably, and with less bandwidth. With numerous pre-built integrations to applications such as Microsoft Teams, Kollective customers can easily and securely scale the best technologies to the edge of their global networks. Over 130 organizations, including many of the largest companies in the world, trust Kollective to securely scale live streaming video, video on-demand, and software updates to every device at the network edge.
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