This week, immersive collaboration platform Mozilla Hubs announced an expansion roadmap that sees the platform scale its regional coverage to reach more education and enterprise end-users.
Mozilla is kicking off its scalability plans with various updates that give enterprise end-users greater control over their account and infrastructure preferences.
With the updates, Mozilla aims to boost its Hub immersive collaboration solution to reach more customers. The news comes, as many immersive collaboration platforms, both AR and VR, are rising in popularity through trials and pilot programmes to support remote meetings.
Mozilla is looking to get a leg in the immersive collaboration space after a long development period starting in 2019. With its enterprise and education-facing growth initiatives, the Mozilla Hubs platform is notably expanding to new clients in 33 countries.
Mozilla Hubs’ international expansion includes Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweeden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States.
The firm’s international expansion could prove crucial for enterprise end-users, as the global availability of an immersive collaboration service allows team members to collaborate virtually without overbearing regional restraints and helps scale immersive services to workers collaborating across different regions.
Moreover, successful enterprise immersive pilots, which prove decreased spending, increased ROI, and positive green outcomes, lead to decision-makers taking note of XR’s potential in the workplace.
Molliza Hub’s international expansion covers various regions in the EU, and the news comes as the European Commission looks to stimulate and promote competition for Metaverse and Web3 service providers.