Vidyo launches CPaaS for developers

Video technology pioneer Vidyo has launched its Communications Platform-as-a-Service (CPaaS), which lets application developers and enterprises quickly and easily embed high-quality, reliable, scalable, multiparty video collaboration into any WebRTC, mobile or native application, the company said.

A differentiated, enterprise-grade video CPaaS with a global footprint, makes embedded video far more accessible for developers who are looking to rapidly integrate visual real-time communications into their own applications. Across an array of platforms, helps enterprises bring their human-to-human interactions to life, by providing developers with all of the necessary infrastructure to make real-time, reliable and resilient multi-party video collaboration possible.

With no costly on-premises hosting or deep technical knowledge of video coding required, provides SDKs for web browsers (WebRTC and plugin), iOS, Android, macOS, and Windows, with a consistent API that speeds time to market and lowers development cost. allows for any combination of video participants, from simple two-person video chat to a multi-party conference.

Developers can use to video-enable “see what I see” applications across key areas such as telehealth, enterprise collaboration, customer engagement, field services, distance learning and more.

Enterprise solution providers with mission-critical applications, like telehealth, can work with a Vidyo business development specialist on go-to-market, pricing and support models that align with their existing business model and solution needs.

Millions of users around the world visually connect every day with Vidyo´s secure, scalable technology and cloud-based services. Vidyo offers video collaboration solutions for companies that require the highest-quality video interaction available. Recognized with over 120 patents, the company´s software platform and APIs are used by enterprise customers, service providers, ecosystem partners and developers to create innovative HD quality video-enabled applications embedded into application workflows and emerging IoT devices.