Ribbit Triples the Size of Its Developer Community

rabbit_logo.jpgRibbit announced that nearly 2,000 developers have registered to get access to the Ribbit development platform -- more than triple the number (652) of developers that the company had on Monday, when the company launched. Ribbit has also experienced a great surge of interest from investors, partners, customers, and prospective employees.

At the core of Ribbit's technology offering is a sophisticated, open platform that enables developers to bridge the worlds of traditional telephony and the Web. The Ribbit SmartSwitch evolved from a Lucent-tested CLASS 5 softswitch and open Flash/Flex-based API enables non-telephony developers to quickly build innovative, rich voice applications and integrate them into Web sites, communities and applications.

By connecting voice from any Flash-enabled browser to the PSTN and new VoIP networks, over 750 million computers become the next generation of phones with developers deciding how they work. With an assortment of back-office and service delivery infrastructure, the platform also enables developers to not only build services, but sell them as well.

Ribbit Is Challenging their Developer Community for Innovation

Ribbit also announced they would be providing developers a way to make money creating Ribbit applications, by providing them a mechanism to market and distribute their applications. In addition, to spur further innovation, Ribbit has also announced a challenge to its community, offering rewards for the best Personal Ribbit phone applications. For details on the challenge, go to http://developer.ribbit.com/blog.

Posted on Dec 21, 2007  Reviews | Share |  Digg
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