India picks tiny video conferencing start-up to replace Zoom


After banning Zoom earlier this year, India’s tech ministry decided to hold a competition in order to find a home-grown video conferencing solution that could be used by the country’s public sector.

The country’s IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad announced in a recent tweet that the competition has come to a close and a winner has been decided, saying:

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