Client success is our priority. Here's a selection of case studies using our technologies across different industries.
“Push platform for Nokia mobile phones”
In 2007, ProcessOne helped Nokia create a push notification platform for their portfolio of mobile phones. Based on our flexible and scalable push technologies, the platform was successfully implemented in a real-world environment.
“Powering smart chatting and push notification for Libon 2.0”
Libon is a mobile service designed to improve the communication we have with the people who matter, via our smartphone. Libon 2.0 is an all-in-one communication application which provides unlimited free calls, smart chat, an enriched address book and a custom voicemail with the ability to read your voicemail thanks to transcription.
The Libon service is developped by Orange Vallée, the subsidiary in charge of innovation and development of the Orange Group. Set up in 2008, Orange Vallée aims to identify new needs and new technological uses to develop innovative services accessible to all users regardless of their mobile operator or their internet access provider, in 95 countries. Orange Vallée use ProcessOne to power Libon 2.0's "smart chatting" feature. We're really proud at ProcessOne to be part of this amazing all-in-one OTT communication initiative!
“Kodak connected photo frame”
ProcessOne helped Kodak build an integrated photo and video sharing system between PCs, mobile devices, and cloud services with the ability to share presence information between nodes in the system and transmit metadata about collections across the XMPP channel. This channel carries share messages between nodes.
Using XMPP services to establish the connection between peer nodes in the system, clients used direct P2P transfer of the photo and video assets.
“Pushing breaking news around the globe — at the speed of light”
BBC News is an app for iOS and Android devices that delivers the latest breaking news from the British Broadcasting Corporation and their global network of journalists.
Thanks to ejabberd and Boxcar technologies, and our expertise, BBC News is able to deliver push notifications of breaking news, directly to the screens of millions of devices running iOS or Android operating systems, in a matter of minutes.
“Nimbuzz uses ejabberd to power its cross-network communication platform”
Nimbuzz is the free call and messaging app for the connected generation. Nimbuzz combines the powers of the Internet and mobile communications into one, and lets you make calls, send messages and share files, on any mobile device, for free.
At the heart of Nimbuzz is the live Contact list – an always-on, hyper-connected, dynamic address book, enhanced with “real- time-presence” showing at a glance who’s online, offline, busy or away, their status messages, avatar pictures and social community activity. From here, users launch free and cheap calls between each other, IM chat sessions, picture sending, chat-room sessions, location based services and various other communication & interactive features.
“ProcessOne was head and shoulders above everyone else”
For fans around the globe, MLB.com is the home of Major League Baseball (MLB) – a professional baseball league that constitutes one of the major professional sports leagues of the United States and Canada. It is composed of 30 teams – 29 in the United States and one in Canada. With the International Baseball Federation, MLB also manages the World Baseball Classic.
MLB has the highest season attendance of any sports league in 2011. All games are available via subscription to MLB.tv at Major League Baseball’s website, MLB.com.
“Wi-Fi enabled ambient electronic rabbit”
ProcessOne helped build the improved system behind Nabaztag, a real-time basis for communicating rabbit: transmitting weather, sending text and voice messages. The previous server system of Nabaztag could not cope with the amount of traffic and real-time communication. The new system, based on XMPP, delivered excellent performance and scalability.
“Send your Flings to the world & chat with those who follow you”
Fling is an exciting way to share life’s moments. Anyone, anywhere, can simply grab their smartphone and fling a photo, video or text message to the world. Share your ideas, inspirations and experiences with other flingers around the world.
Fling is powered by ejabberd SaaS.
“Where Instant Messaging meets Social Networking!”
Quiks combines Free Instant Messaging and Social Networking. With Quiks you can communicate with your telephone contacts, on a “PRIVATE” level and at the same time you can communicate with them, on a “PUBLIC” level.
Quiks relies on ejabberd SaaS to handle communication and scalability, and can focus on the app development and platform growth.
“Capture moments and fire imagination like never before by Speaking Orange Line Pictures”
VoxWeb merges mobile photography with voice and sound to create a unique social network presenting speaking images, symbolised by the Orange Line.
“IMA Téléassistance security solutions”
IMA Téléassistance selected the ejabberd server for its dedicated XMPP solution, using software bus for connection of its monitoring stations in its information system. The central connection system based on XMPP replaced the previous solution based on polling. This solution allows better scalability with better message latency.
ProcessOne implemented the design of this new solution and conducted performance tests that included all components of the system.
“BBC Radio tunes into the power of ejabberd”
BBC Radio is a service of the British Broadcasting Corporation, which has operated in the United Kingdom under the terms of a Royal Charter since 1927. The service provides national radio stations covering the majority of musical genres, as well as local radio stations covering local news, affairs and interests.
Of the national radio stations, BBC Radio 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Live are all available through analogue radio as well as on DAB Digital Radio and internet services through RealMedia, WMA and BBC iPlayer. The remaining stations, BBC Radio 1Xtra, 4 Extra, 5 Live Sports Extra and 6 Music, all broadcast on digital platforms only.
“ejabberd has proven to be a carrier-class solution”
Owned by Portugal Telecom, SAPO is the largest Internet Service Provider (ISP) in Portugal. The company appointed ProcessOne to help it improve the stability of its Instant Messaging server and create a scalable platform for future growth.
“Same game, new rules”
Meetic is the largest online dating service in Europe. The service had 525,000 subscribers in 2007. By February 2009, when the company acquired the European activities of Match.com, it grew to have more than 30 million subscribers.
“Focused on business technology that powers progress”
Atos is an international information technology services company with annual 2011 pro forma revenue of €8.5 billion and 74,000 employees in 48 countries. Serving a global client base, it delivers hi-tech transactional services, consulting and technology services, systems integration and managed services.
With its deep technology expertise and industry knowledge, it works with clients across the following market sectors: Manufacturing, Retail, Services; Public, Health & Transports; Financial Services; Telecoms, Media & Technology; Energy & Utilities.
“Open Source enabled us important cost savings, without reducing the service provided to users”
Arc International is a French manufacturer and distributor of household goods. It is the leading manufacturer of crystal and glassware in the world. The company reported 16,500 employees and gross sales of €1.4 billion in 2006, reinvesting 3% of its turnover into research and development. Arc International was one of the first companies to pioneer the use of corporate Instant Messaging.
Brands under the Arc Group include its own Luminarc, Arcoroc, Cristal d’Arques, Longchamps, Salviati, Pyrex and the fine crystal brand J. G. Durand.
“We have now been using ejabberd for over three years and it has performed beyond our expectations”
Gizmo5 (formerly known as Gizmo Project and SIPphone) was a Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communications network and a proprietary freeware soft phone for that network. Google announced that it had acquired Gizmo5 on November 12, 2009. The network used open standards for call management, Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP).
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