Telecom major Bharti Airtel is anticipated to soon launch a highly secured video conferencing app for businesses. The launch comes when there’s a large demand for such platforms during the COVID-19 pandemic. Airtel’s video conferencing app goes to compete with Zoom, Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, and JioMeet.
According to a report, Airtel is on the brink of launching several enterprise-grade products including a unified videoconferencing tool very shortly. There’s no official word from the service from Airtel.
Till now Airtel hasn’t officially announced its plans to bring video conference service into the country.
The piece of stories comes the very next day after Reliance Jio came up with its video conferencing App called the JioMeet to require on the likes of Zoom. Jiomeet not only has similar functions, but even the interface looks strikingly almost like that of Zoom.
Security will be the key features of the Airtels video conference tool which will differentiate it from JioMeet. Highlighting that each one of the data of Airtel video conferencing service are going to be stored locally.
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The new video calling app is designed in a way that will be very different from the existing video calling apps.
Airtel doesn’t wish to compromise on the standard of their services or products. This is often what Airtel will concentrate on with its video calling app. An individual close to Airtels new plan said to ET Telecom that the corporate is going to be looking to make its app very secure for the users. Immediately cybersecurity is of prime importance when most of the people are engaging from their homes. One of the key benefits that the Airtel customers will receive is that their data is going to be stored locally, out of the reach of any international organization or company. It’ll also lead to a way better voice and video quality for the users.
The video conferencing app will be available on mobile and desktop and can contain the newest AES 256 encryption and multiple layers of authentication, the source told the paper.