About Flashphoner


The Flashphoner company is established in 2009 and it specializes on software development in providing of web browser audio and video real-time communications sphere. The main focus of software products is supporting of audio and video streaming from web browsers and mobile devices, calls from web browser to SIP devices, and receiving incoming calls from SIP devices.

Flashphoner team uses the most contemporary and perspective browser technologies, VoIP and streaming video technologies in their products.

Our engineers have such certificates as:
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Implementing Cisco IOS Unified Communications (CCNA Voice), Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE)

Over the years of existence we have achieved effective results which allow us to position our products as reliable and examined solutions:
–  Thousands companies and developers from the USA, Germany, Japan, Russia, Brazil, China, France have been using Flashphoner products;
– After many years of doing business, thousands of support requests was processed and thousands revisions of software products have released

For now, the main products of Flashphoner company are Web Call Server 5 and RTMP SIP Gateway which are fully suitable both for the mass use in enterprise projects and for middle or small web projects.

Besides, Flashphoner company performs research in VoIP, streaming video, digital signal processing, and browser technologies.
It is possible to familiarize with research results and try experimental products on our website. One of such products is Flashphoner IMS 3GPP. This is a software you can try in work for free and give your comments and suggestions to improve it.
We are focused on making streaming and VoIP communications more simple and available for every user, no matter what web browser or device he or she uses.
For all questions, please contact us using contact information on our website.



Flashphoner is a product partner of the Wowza Media Systems company. One of the products is Flashphoner RTMP SIP Gateway implemented on the base of Wowza Media Server and uses RTMP protocol implementation of Wowza.
If your existing solution uses Wowza Media Server, you can always integrate possibility of incoming and outgoing SIP calls to it with the help of Flashphoner RTMP SIP Gateway.

If you want to be a Flashphoner partner, reseller or you have any questions or suggestions, please contact us by e-mail partners@flashphoner.com


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