NEW DELHI, 3rd July 2020: India’s richest man Mukesh Ambani’s company Reliance Jio officially launched its video conferencing platform JioMeet yesterday.
JioMeet is available on Google Play Store, App Store, and for desktop users. The video conferencing app, which can support up to 100 participants at once.
Reliance owned Jiomeet will now compete with other video conferencing platforms like Zoom, Google Meet, etc.
Jio Meet is a platform that has much uniqueness, it actually has an ability to work on any device, any operating system, and it has an ability to do a complete collaboration,” Pankaj Pawar, senior VP, Reliance Jio Infocomm, said to Pixr8 News.
“And effectively, this collaboration does not limit to a typical video conferencing app,” he added.
Jio recently said that its eHealth platform integrated with the Meet app will allow users to consult doctors virtually, get prescriptions, order medicines and lab tests online, and enable digital waiting rooms for doctors.
The eEducation platform will create virtual classroom for students and teachers, record sessions and notes, assign and submit homework, organize time-bound tests and offer multimedia content for students to self-learn.