Vonage‘s patent involves systems and methods for real-time media communication services using a software application on a server. The technology allows for combining media feeds from multiple participants into a single feed for various purposes like recording and re-broadcasting. The method includes using Programmable Rendering services for seamless communication among interconnected devices. GlobalData’s report on Vonage gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Real-time media communication services using programmable rendering services

Source: United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Credit: Vonage Holdings Corp

A recently granted patent (Publication Number: US11924257B2) outlines a method and system for providing real-time media communications among interconnected computing devices using Programmable Rendering services. The method involves instantiating Programmable Renderer software applications (PRSA) on servers to receive sender media feeds, generate composed media feeds, and send them to participant computing devices. The system includes at least one processor and memory to perform the method steps. Additionally, the method allows for the inclusion of supplemental content such as attendee lists, chat windows, and shared images in the composed media feeds. The system also enables the recording of the composed media feed, including audio and video, at a specified memory storage location through a web browser software application (WBSA) with a screen recording function.

Furthermore, the patent describes the instantiation of multiple PRSAs on servers to handle different composed media feeds for various participant computing devices. The method emphasizes near-real-time delivery of the composed media feeds to ensure timely communication. Additionally, an Application Programming Interface (API) is included in the PRSA to provide control information during the communication session. The system also allows for the recording of supplementary information along with the sender media feeds, enhancing the overall media communication experience. Overall, the patented method and system offer a comprehensive solution for real-time media communications using Programmable Rendering services, with a focus on efficient delivery, content inclusion, and recording capabilities through web browser applications.

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