Bob Reina Launches another Revolutionary Product Featuring WebRTC Technology

The internet technology is fast touching the lives of millions of people. Talk Fusion is at the forefront of introducing the most advanced products and services for its customers. Recently, it has launched an advanced version of their video broadcast platform ‘CONNECT Live Meetings’ that uses user-friendly design and greater functionality than before.

Using the WebRTC system, the new product will allow its users to send videos or hold video based conferences. Users will be able to hold virtual meetings using the system that can hold up to 500 participants at a single time.

Compared to the previous version, the new software does not require the user to download anything and can be accessed through the web browser. Learn more about Bob Reina: https://patch.com/florida/southtampa/bob-reina-introduces-new-talk-fusion-software-features-webrtc-technology

Bob Reina, the CEO of Talk Fusion, on is launch said that the company aims to integrate the new software into all of its Talk Fusion applications. He was confident that it offers high value to its users that other similar software companies will not be able to match.

The patented technology has significantly increased the audio and the video capabilities of the software making it convenient and seamless for the users to use. The presenters and the participants can enjoy greater security and smooth functioning without the need to test the system each time the conference is set to start.

Bob Reina established Talk Fusion in the year 2007 that has today reached people in more than 140 countries. The company helps connect people and businesses using the most advanced video and audio technology.

Before starting Talk Fusion, he served as a police officer in Tampa Bay. It was in 1990 that Bob Reina came across network marketing and began to sell products and services part-time.

Seeing the success that he was getting from it, Bob Reina quit his job to pursue his dream of becoming an entrepreneur. In 2004, he wanted to send a small video to his mom, but AOL declined it saying it cannot be done.

He collaborated with one his tech friend and found ways to send videos through emails. It was then he got the idea to start Talk Fusion, and today it is one of the top technology companies in the world.