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Proto.in Day One

Posted by tggokul on January 18, 2008

Am all set to present at Proto.in in the next couple of hours. I think the presentation has come out well but the important thing is how the audience feel about it.

If you are there at Proto.in drop over and say Hi. Would love to meet like minded people.


4 Responses to “Proto.in Day One”

  1. Raja said

    hi Gokul:

    Nice job! Good presentation with original thoughts and non-Cisco centric view of life!!!
    I have finally made it to your blog! lets catch up today

    Sridhar T. Pai
    +91 99800 36371

  2. Hi Gokul,

    Thanx for taking time to chat with me on Friday at Proto. I did greatly appreciate your inputs. I missed you on the second day. Did you attend? I thought I could drop you a few lines on our product. I am sending you soon a download link as I would like you to test our product and give me your feedback as professional. Leonard Badi
    Yambi is actually the only platform in the world specially meant for the consumer and small businesses worldwide.
    Unlike many existing Unified Messaging and Collaboration platforms whose servers are very expensive, but cannot be hosted in broadband or any other dynamic network, Yambi servers can be hosted in any network: dynamic or static, even with simple dial-up connection.
    It is really the world-first Consumer Unified Messaging and Collaboration server. It offers you a unique offline-online experience.
    You will agree that the best place to host your data remains your local hard drive. However, as you are not desk-bound at all times, the need exists to access these data remotely or to push it automatically to your mobile device. This has proved throughout the years almost an impossible mission, unless you can afford costly servers like Exchange, Domino etc. But because these servers don’t work on broadband, – despite the fact that broadband has become the preferred internet connection worldwide, – you have to acquire expensive dedicated networks as well.
    It is a fact that the majority of Internet users cannot afford this solution. In order to remotely access the data, they are forced to host them on the web only (no off line) often with companies they can’t completely trust. But believe me, not all data are meant to be hosted by a third party.
    Yambi platform gives you total control over your data and freedom of hosting choice. It can be hosted on your local hard drive, on a remote virtual machine, on any data Centre, on a few of your peers’ machines, even on a memory stick.
    Mundial Communications patent pending technology keeps related servers at all time visible to each other and establishes a peer to peer secure communication channel between servers and their clients; making it possible for an all-time and anywhere multi-point Access/Delivery of your data (Desktop, Web, Mobile Devices)
    Imagine, Imagine Microsoft Communications Server 2007, Microsoft Groove Server and their respective clients, integrated into one Application. Now, imagine the integrated application targeting the general consumer and SME worldwide. Imagine a unified Messaging service for the consumer that is so simple that even Grannies can use it. With the added bonus that all mobile data (E-mail, IM, SMS) are sent and received over IP. Thus escaping the exorbitant charges from the Mobile carries.

    Imagine your Outlook or any other mail client integrating all your Mail accounts, Contact management with Presence, secure and archived Instant messaging, shared and group calendar, file sharing, etc with Server-side hosted data.
    Imagine … Yambi: an unified messaging platform for the consumer worldwide.
    Yambi: your unique and secure PVN (personal virtual network)

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  4. […] they were trying to address through their ‘Yambi’ platform. He has left a comment here, which gives a fair idea about what they do. I hope to test their product and post reviews of the […]

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