Press release 13.06.2018
Press release 13.06.2018
London, UK, June 13, 2018 – TeamViewer®, a leading global software provider for IoT, connectivity, monitoring, support, and team collaboration, announced today that its dedicated online meeting solution Blizz now supports WebRTC. This addition will let meeting participants join a meeting from any given browser so that they do not have to install software on their device. To participate in a Blizz meeting, users can either click on an invitation link or enter the relevant meeting id in a field on a dedicated webpage.
“The move to support WebRTC represents an industry trend, and makes joining a meeting even easier than it already was,” said Peter Brunner, Business Owner Blizz at TeamViewer. “Ease of use is one of our key objectives. With that in mind, we will continue to drive the development of our product to further extend its reach. Our global infrastructure is a valuable asset enabling Blizz to become the number one online meeting, collaboration and web conferencing choice for users who depend on a secure, fast, and easy-to-use solution.”
One year after its official launch, Blizz by TeamViewer has become a globally used solution with more than 120,000 connected devices in more than 200 countries. More than 580,000 Blizz by TeamViewer meetings were held – amounting to a total of more than 25 million meeting minutes.
The advantages of Blizz by TeamViewer include:
TeamViewer is a leading global software provider for digital networking and collaboration. Founded in 2005 in Göppingen, Germany, the company employs around 700 people from more than 50 countries. Its flagship product, TeamViewer, is an all-in-one solution for remote support, remote access, and online meetings. The software actively runs on more than 400 million devices, of which at least 25 million are connected to TeamViewer at any point in time. The company’s product portfolio is complemented by solutions for IT monitoring, data backup, anti-malware and web-conferencing. TeamViewer was acquired by Permira in 2014. Further information is available at: www.teamviewer.com
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Blizz by TeamViewer now lets meeting participants join a meeting from any given browser.
Blizz by TeamViewer now supports WebRTC: participate in true browser-based meetings with no extra software for an effortless online meeting experience that requires no-sign-in.