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ClackPointSocial: Audio/Video Collaboration for OpenSocial

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Social Networks are about more than sheep throwing among friends, notwithstanding Facebook’s success thus far. At Vipadia we have developed a cloud-based platform for real-time audio and video collaboration capable of bringing real-time collaboration inside applications. One of the first applications we have built on our platform is a gadget enabling you to embed audio/video conferencing for users within your opensocial network. In this talk I will describe our platform and how we use various social networking technologies to provide this gadget.

BIO : Richard Mortier is co-founder at Vipadia Limited following six years as a Researcher at Microsoft Research Cambridge. A member of the Cambridge Systems and Networking group, he investigated a variety of topics under the general heading of networked system performance and management. Prior to joining Microsoft he spent six months working for Sprint Advanced Technology Labs in California. He completed his Ph.D. with the Systems Research Group at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory in 2001.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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