|screenshot of jioMeet Platform|
support calls with up to 100 participants. Jio Platforms is the holding company
of Indian telco Reliance Jio and has over 388 million subscribers.
platform for video conferencing, JioMeet, to compete against Zoom, Teams, and
conferencing allows users to make an unlimited number of calls in 720p, and
each call can support up to 100 at a time.
to 24 hours. Comparatively, Google Meet offers all users the ability to host
calls up to 24 hours through September 30, but after that date these calls will
be limited to 60 minutes for free users, and free user-hosted Zoom group calls
can only last up to 40 minutes.
so both personal and corporate users have access to the same features,
according to the terms and conditions of the application on its website.
allowing hosts to keep a meeting open even if left, protecting passwords for
meetings, sharing the screen, scheduled meetings, and waiting rooms to ensure
participants are unable to enter a meeting without permission.
the browsers Chrome and Firefox, and can be added via a plugin to Outlook. It’s
also available on macOS, Windows, iOS and Android as a standalone app.
for video conferencing could be used on laptops, desktops, mobile devices and
legacy video devices.
Reliance Industries — the holding company of Jio Platforms — shortly after
announced it had received a ₹1,894.50 crore investment from Intel for a 0.39% equity
stake in Jio Platforms on a fully diluted basis.
its impressive engineering capabilities to bring low-cost digital services to
India aligns with Intel’s goal of delivering life-enriching, breakthrough
data can transform business and society for the better, “said Wendell
Brooks, President of Intel Capital.
Platforms as it believes the company will grow technology areas like cloud
computing, artificial intelligence, and 5G.
Industries has introduced a total investment amount of about ₹117,588.45 crore with the Intel investment. Intel
Capital joins a long list of companies that have invested in Jio
Platforms-including Facebook, Silverlake, and KKR among others.
owned by Jio Platforms, reported accruing 370 million subscribers; with an
average monthly expenditure per user of ₹128 or $1.67.