History of the world's first online meeting software

Video conferencing technology emerged in the late 1990s with the introduction of WebEx (acquired by Cisco in 2007) and was popularized to users thanks to Skype (Microsoft) and Apple's iChat. However, Zoom is the "right person at the right time" application and has become the brightest star after appearing since March 2020.

According to Reuters, when the pandemic broke out, Zoom users skyrocketed in a short time. This software is popular with anyone who needs to study, work remotely or stay connected with friends and family while social distancing.

"Heavenly Time" helped Zoom create one of the most glorious moments in its history. The company's revenue grew 326% and in 2020, to $2.6 billion, while profits also skyrocketed to $672 million, from just $22 million in 2019.

One fine day in 1995, Dave Berman announced the name WebEx - the world's first online meeting software toolkit based on cloud technology.

Just like today, WebEx can create "face to face" online conversations, share files and messages, and allow transmission of any information anywhere, as long as there is a mobile device, connection Internet connection.

WebEx is too fashionable, and mankind before the 3rd millennium still does not know much about global networking. Therefore, WebEx lived a life of laziness, temporarily, then "incarnated" into Skyper to continue to raise the dream of "blurring the distance". However, the Skype body with the WebEx soul is nothing too prominent.

Eric Yuan, an engineer who used to work for WebEx, created Zoom in 2013, and it was not until 6 years later that he had his first co-profit. Zoom's magical moment began in December 2019 when the Corona virus was first detected in Wuhan, and then spread globally.

During the 2 peak years of the epidemic, people gathered together to "please link" Zoom, making the level of downloading and using this application beyond imagination. Zoom's revenue grew 326% in 2020, to $2.6 billion, while profits also skyrocketed to $672 million, from just $22 million in 2019. Zoom's stock rose from $89 to $559 USD within 8 months.

Decentralized communication platform Room-house.com(R-H) was started by Alex Shevlakov (a Russian computer scientist) in December 2020 with his interest in WebRTC protocol and other its application. Room-House is a completely decentralized and encrypted meeting room system built on the SkyPirl blockchain network. R-H is not only a regular meeting room but also a decentralized media platform, where you can work and play video, movies, and music. The R-H decentralized media platform is designed for a future where Zoom only allows 1 meeting to last an average of 40 minutes, R-H allows you to extend a meeting that works 24/7 and 365 days a year.

The SkyPirl Network is a self-sustaining and self-funding blockchain ecosystem not funded by pre-mined coins or an ICO. You can only earn SkyPirl coins from Airdrops or running a validator. SkyPirl coin is the currency used to pay for R-H's services

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