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Summit Tech

 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
1996
Company Overview
Montreal-based Summit Tech creates content and develops solutions designed to thrive across an evolving technology landscape. Summit provides software solutions for IP communication services, social networking applications, multi-platform eCommerce, wellness / mHealth, home automation & entertainment services including next generation virtual reality integrated with IMS/RCS.
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Products and Services

BeamMeTo

 
BeamMeTo is a next-generation social networking platform leveraging the Summit IMS SDK and GSMA Rich Communication Services (RCS) protocols. BeamMeTo members, or "Beamers," share real-time photos and video streams, including immersive 360-degree virtual reality (VR) video feeds with Oculus Rift users, HTC Vive, Samsung Gear VR and Google Cardboard. Beamers earn rewards/reputation based on accepted-video Share-sessions and community ratings.
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Summit eCommerce Platform

 
Summit eCommerce Platform is built with Custom Responsive Design and RCS for an overall better user experience that adapts to desktops, smartphones, tablets and set-top-boxes. Summit eCommerce Platform supports mCommerce, eCommerce, in-App purchases and Mobile Payment. The RCS-driven system can be fully integrated with current retail systems; POS, ERP, carrier APIs, increasing end-to end efficiency in operations and support.
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VR Calling

 
VR Calling is a next-generation solution that empowers businesses to communicate through 360-degree live video streams, Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) environments. VR Calling lets you text, talk or video call with people located anywhere in the world in an immersive way. A VR Call experience can change the way you do conferences, trade shows, presentations, training and customer support. By placing 360 cameras in remote locations, through Wi-Fi or LTE, users can remotely connect to live 360-degree video streams, then invite contacts to share their VR view (see-what-I-see) in real-time using standard telecom RCS services such as IR.84 Video Share or IR.94 Video calling. Through the Summit VR app on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Samsung Gear, you can connect to live 360-degree video streams, then share the experience through WebRTC and with contacts available on telecom services connected through off-the-shelf VoLTE and ViLTE smartphones. Summit IMS enabled devices can now view and share real-time video feeds provided by industry leading drones. Drones notify RCS contacts when in flight, and then activate IR.84 Video Share along with RCS Location Share
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