Talk Fusion Receives some more Recognition from the Industry

Technology has a reputation for moving at a rather fast pace. It seems like revolutionary new devices are constantly appearing and changing how people look at the world. But while the average person can appreciate technology, they’re usually unaware of just how much effort has gone into it. That’s one of the reasons why industry awards are so important. It’s a chance for people on the outside to see what the experts think of new trends and technologies. And when a company receives multiple awards from something as auspicious as the Technology Marketing Corporation, it’s clear that they’re worth some extra consideration. This is one of many reasons why so many eyes have turned toward Talk Fusion. The company has been impressing customers with their service, and the industry itself with their technological achievements. The multiple industry awards showcase just how impressive these achievements are.

But to understand what’s so special about Talk Fusion one needs to first look at the state of things in 2007. It’s the year Talk Fusion came into being, and it’s also marked by the environment which necessitated it. Talk Fusion came about as a solution to a highly fragmented market. Computers and especially smart phones had made the leap from novelty to necessity in most people’s lives. People were also finding themselves locked in to the whims of service providers, operating systems and specific brands of hardware. A standard phone can connect with any other phone. But a smartphone will usually have features that are specific to that particular brand. Smartphones from different companies can usually do the same impressive feats of multimedia. But they do it in ways that simply aren’t compatible with each other. People today are often surprised to hear how long it took for the majority of phones to even support embedding photos into a text message.

Talk Fusion saw the fragmentation problem, and had a solution. They created a whole new WebRTC based multimedia framework. This instantly took the burden of multimedia support off of someone’s hardware and onto the Talk Fusion system itself. Talk Fusion was able to essentially create a technological bridge between the vast majority of different computers, phones and tablets. Not only that, but Talk Fusion also created a whole software suite to make content creation even easier. Anyone can sign up for an account with Talk Fusion and almost instantly figure out how to send multimedia based email. It’s not just that Talk Fusion unified the telecommunications landscape. It’s that they were able to do so while also making it easier to use.