Zoom, the US-based company that offers video conferencing app on Saturday said they are not worried about the upcoming competition.
Notably, Reliance Jio is launching a make in India free video-conferencing application called JioMeet.
JioMeet offers enterprise-grade host control and security and can be used for 1:1 video calls and hosting meetings with up to 100 participants.
The application has already been downloaded more than 1,00,000 times on Google Play Store within no time.
“Zoom has experienced intense competition since it was established in 2011, and yet we have become the platform of choice for millions of participants around the world,” the company said in a statement.
“We know what it takes to become the unified communications platform we are today, including the immense amount of work and focus required to create our frictionless user experience, sophisticated security, and scalable architecture,” Zoom added.
JioMeet has created a solid buzz in India.
Other highlights in the desi video meet app include easy sign up with either mobile number or email ID, meeting in HD audio and video quality.
It offers support where the users can click on a JioMeet invite link and join from his or her browser without downloading the application.
Back-end technology optimizes experience with HD video quality even at lower bandwidths and intuitive and user-friendly interface enhances overall conferencing experience.