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Sep 20 2016   3:01PM GMT

WebRTC

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WebRTC

WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communications) is an open source project that seeks to embed real-time voice, text and video communications capabilities in Web browsers. Continued…

Quote of the Day

“WebRTC doesn’t really mean you no longer need servers to negotiate and connect a call. It just means, in many cases, you’ll be able to communicate directly between browsers.” – Tsahi Levent-Levi

Learning Center
How has the WebRTC codec clash affected adoption?
WebRTC expert Tsahi Levent-Levi examines the effect of the WebRTC codec clash on vendor and business adoption of the technology.

What WebRTC applications will and won’t do for enterprises
UC analysts and vendors discuss what emerging WebRTC applications will offer enterprises, as well as misconceptions around the pre-standardized protocol for ubiquitous voice and video conferencing.

What is a WebRTC server and how does it connect calls?
A WebRTC server is actually a collection of back-end servers, including signaling and media servers, which negotiate Web-based calls.

What are best practices for managing WebRTC services?
WebRTC expert Tsahi Levent-Levi discusses best practices to manage WebRTC services, like WebRTC voice and video, to maintain a consistent user experience.

Understand WebRTC basics to maximize deployment and adoption
Learn about the WebRTC basics in this essential guide, including the technology’s features, security concerns and use cases.

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