The creator behind the Talk Fusion software, Bob Reina unveiled a newly updated edition of their computer program Live Meetings during a broadcast online. Live Meetings is known for its out of this world real-time communications.
The new version’s interface was effectively updated with enhancements that now enables their users to access it on any modern device without ever having to download it. This added convenience is essential because it instantly becomes compatible for anyone, they don’t need the Adobe Flash Player or a sketchy plug-in for their devices. Read more: Bob Reina Talk Fusion | Huffington Post
Talk Fusion’s Live Meetings program lets users either broadcast live one-way videos or hold video conferences for multiple people. A total of 500 people can participate at each Live Meeting and the max capacity for hosts is fifteen.
Users and their guests can connect with an array of devices such as smartphones, tablets, PC’s and laptops. The real-time communications software is the only one today that is capable of holding massive conferences with 500 participants.
Bob Reina is the CEO and founder of Talk Fusion, an all-in-one video suite with advanced WebRTC-based capabilities. Before leading his software company, Bob Reina used to serve and protect as a police officer in Tampa Bay, Florida.
While still working as an officer, he was introduced to the world of network marketing. He distributed his time wisely and took in a part-time job as an associate in direct selling while on the force. Ultimately, his entrepreneurial instincts kicked off and he departed from his police duties.
Mr. Reina’s idea for Talk Fusion came into vision in 2004. After continuous collaborations with his dear friend Jonathan Chen, they had developed their first program called Video Email.
Years later, the software we know today as Talk Fusion continues to break the mold of run-of-the-mill video chats and introduce its WebRTC innovation to the mainstream.
With his company and contributing associates, Bob Reina has supported many charities and foundations. He has pledged over a million dollars to help the Tampa Bay area’s companion animals health and welfare. He has also helped to provide funds for a Russian boy’s dire surgery.
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