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Our in-house engineering team brings over 100 years of experience in VoIP and WebRTC.
Our team has been working together on the Sinch platform for over 10 years.
Roar, a webRTC pioneer and signal processing expert, co-Founded Global IP Sounds (GIPS) in 1999. At that time, Roar and the GIPS team began to develop and market technology specifically designed to mitigate the inherent challenges of VoIP. In May 2010, Google bought GIPS and shortly thereafter released WebRTC, a proposed standard for peer-to-peer audiovisual communication between browsers without plugins, using GIPS technology.
Björn, CTO, is a software systems architect, designer and developer with long and broad experience. Prior to Sinch, he served as CTO of Rebtel for 4 years. His specialties include System Architecture, object- oriented analysis, design and development, SOA, C#, C, C++, SQL, Java, LUA, Ruby, J2EE, J2ME, .NET, HTTP, SOAP, SNMP, SIP, XML, REST, Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, Basis, Cassandra, Hadoop, ClearCase/ClearQuest, Visual SourceSafe, Team, Foundation Server, GIT, Jira, Confluence, Asterisk VoIP PBX, Kamailio SIP Server, RTPproxy, Windows, Linux, and Scrum.
Jonas, co-Founder of both Rebtel and Sinch, brings 20 years of technology experience specializing in software development and design. He began his career at IBM as a developer and support engineer. He co-founded Sendit with Hjalmar Winbladh in 1994. He also functioned as Sendit’s system architect. He served as a software consultant for two years at Program Utveckling Lindroth. He founded Highwave Consulting AB where he worked for three years and spent a year sailing around the world. He held the title of system architect and software developer at Microsoft’s Mobile Internet business Unit following Sendit’s acquisition by Microsoft in 1999.