|Industry||Telecommunications software and services, web conferencing and video conferencing|
|Headquarters||San Francisco, California (United States)|
|Key people||David Obrand (Chief Executive Officer); Peter V. Sperling (Chairman and Co-Founder); David F. Hofstatter (Former Chief Executive Officer and co-Founder)|
|Products||Fuze Meeting; Fuze Messenger; Fuze Telepresence Connect|
|Employees||~106 (April 2012)|
FuzeBox, Inc. (formerly CallWave, Inc. and Fuze Box, Inc.) is a provider of Internet and mobile based unified communications solutions.
Founded in 2009, FuzeBox is a private company headquartered in San Francisco, California with offices in Santa Barbara, California and Sofia, Bulgaria.
In August 2008, CallWave acquired mobile instant messaging client Web Messenger . and in November of that year, relaunched the product as Fuze Messenger. In May 2009, CallWave announced the release of their web conferencing software, Fuze Meeting, for desktop and mobile devices.
In January 2010, FuzeBox launched movie-editing software Fuze Movie., and in March 2010 the company launched third party Twitter client, Tweetshare. As of Q4, 2010, the company had over 2.3  million subscribers to their platform. As recently as several years ago, the company launched products and services in effort to support their mission to be the next generation visual collaboration leader.
Products and services
Fuze Meeting is an online meeting, video conferencing and collaboration software package that enables users to host and attend web based conferences and share their desktop screen with other remote users via the web and mobile devices. Fuze Meeting's cloud uploading capabilities makes it easy to share documents when hosting a meeting on a mobile device in real time.  Fuze Meeting is browser-based, built on Flash with its own proprietary back-end technologies. It allows meetings on Mac, Windows, iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry, Android phones, and Android tablets. Video conferencing capabilities of Fuze meeting are fully ready for iPad Retina display for video and content sharing.  Standard conference bridge and cloud-based storage is also available. Fuze Share-Business Plans allow 1-100 Web and audio attendees, Fuze Enterprise and Telepresence allow 100+ Web attendees. Pricing for Fuze Share starts at $15/month
Fuze Telepresence Connect
Fuze Telepresence Connect is a telepresence gateway for H.323, SIP, H.264, and H.239 audio-visual communication systems (Polycom, Teliris, Cisco Systems, Tandberg and LifeSize) to connect to personal devices such as iPad, Android tablets, PC’s and Apple computers. Fuze Telepresence Connect also integrates with FuzeBox's cloud-based Fuze Meeting collaboration platform to bring web conferencing features into telepresence environments.   Some of its key features include HD multi-party video conferencing, error resilience, resolution and rate matching and support for video standards. 
- Peter Sperling
- Jeff Cavins
- Jerry Murdock
- David Obrand, Chief Executive Officer
- Ritesh Bansal, Chief Technology Officer
- Michael Buday, Chief Software Designer
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- "FuzeBox Grows Interoperability of Its Cloud-Based Video Conferencing" (Press release) (in English). eWeek. 2014-01-17.
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