ATTACH Launches Managed WebRTC to Give Developers a Powerful Framework for Internet Video
The ATTACH video platform makes the WebRTC developer experience straightforward and fast
Las Vegas, Nevada, May 21, 2019 -- ATTACH, an emerging startup in the internet video ecosystem, today announced that it is releasing its Managed WebRTC product offering into beta, to give web engineers without particular skills in the technology access to WebRTC. With the ATTACH platform, developers can implement video and chat into a website with two lines of static code.
The Managed WebRTC product consists of web embeds and all necessary server infrastructure for running WebRTC at scale. ATTACH aims at offering WebRTC for the masses at a price tag everybody can afford. While in beta, ATTACH makes one server instance for approximately 200 concurrent users available for free, guaranteeing that early adaptors may keep their instance forever.
"WebRTC is an awesome piece of technology for video streaming in web browsers, but it doesn't cover call signaling and servers. Reason why we created Managed WebRTC, a pre-packaged and pre-configured one-stop platform." said Oliver Hausler, co-founder and CEO of ATTACH. "Instead of setting up video streams manually, developers just tell us in which virtual room their users want to meet, and we manage all the complicated stuff for them."
At first, the ATTACH team began building a WebRTC consumer app. When they realized how intricate video streaming actually is, they decided to spin their systems into a cloud platform, which now empowers developers to implement video anywhere with ease.
ATTACH (https://www.attach.live / @helloattach) is on a mission to help make WebRTC video more accessible. The company provides customizable modules for embedding video calls and chat into web pages and mobile apps, powered by a fully automated platform which manages signaling and all servers required for a WebRTC connection. ATTACH is a brand of Closeup, Inc., located in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.