Planning on starting your own WebRTC business? Check out in which group of companies you fit.
Archives for December 2012
Now that WebRTC is here to stay, with stable browser implementations and several running services, what’s next? What should go into its roadmap?
I just had to share this one. I think it gets worse when you add instant messaging on top of SMS. Not sure why – it might just be me getting older.
Which signaling should you use for WebRTC? Should it be SIP over Web Sockets, XMPP/Jingle, REST or something else?
Telephony APIs are cropping around. There are a lot of them – how do they operator? what do they provide exactly and what does it all mean?
Can telephony be the ring that rules them all? The basis around which mobile applications are developed?
Time to stop for a moment and do a quick analysis at my readership over here. Nothing really surprising, but interesting nonetheless.
Connecting enterprise video conferencing with the web: This is the new role that Vidtel has taken upon itself. Here’s what Scott Wharton their CEO has to say about it.
Instabridge is social Wi-Fi. It is an interesting and innovative solution that fixes some of the issues I have with Wi-Fi.
The third WebRTC acquisition this quarter. This time Yahoo acquires OnTheAir. Care to bet who’s next?