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Gruveo brings its easy, secure video calls to Internet Explorer and Safari
Popular video calling platform Gruveo adds support for the Temasys WebRTC plugin to expand its offering to Internet Explorer and Safari on desktop
Gruveo users in IE and Safari are prompted to install a free plugin that enables the WebRTC technology in those browsers. Once the plugin is installed, Gruveo works out of the box enabling encrypted, peer-to-peer video and qbdvd voice calls with clients on other platforms. Gruveo requires no plugins in Chrome, Firefox and Opera on desktop and Android where WebRTC support is native.
The WebRTC plugin is developed by Temasys, a Singapore-based company that is part of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards committee and the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) working group.
“Adding support for Internet Explorer has been the #1 request from the enterprise users of Gruveo,” said Art Matsak, ASM Systems CEO. “We are closing this gap with the help of the excellent Temasys plugin so Gruveo now works in all major desktop browsers.”
Gruveo is a free online video calling platform by Slovakia-based ASM Systems Ltd. Its mission is to make video calling as easy as never before by allowing any two parties to establish a secure, peer-to-peer call just by agreeing on a shared code. Gruveo is a member of the Technical University of Košice’s Startup Center and is supported by the University Center for Innovation, Technology Transfer and Intellectual Property Protection (UCITT). For more information, please visit https://www.gruveo.com.