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Free WebRTC Video API in CPaaS. Is it worth it?

Are free minutes and accounts in WebRTC video API worth the trouble? I think not. Don’t choose your CPaaS vendor based on their “free” tier.

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How to hire WebRTC developers for your job

Hiring WebRTC developers? Here are some things you need to know and consider, since finding WebRTC experts for a job is challenging.

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Tweaking WebRTC video quality: unpacking bitrate, resolution and frame rates

WebRTC video quality requires some tweaking to get done properly. Lets see what levels we have in the form of bitrate, resolution and frame rate available to us.

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What is WebRTC and What is it Good For?

What is WebRTC and What is it Good For? This 7-minute video provides a quick introduction to WebRTC and demonstrates why it is growing in importance and popularity.

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Why you should prefer UDP over TCP for your WebRTC sessions

When using WebRTC you should always strive to send media over UDP instead of TCP. at least if you care about media quality 😎

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Why CPaaS is losing the innovation lead to UCaaS

It seems like CPaaS vendors have grown complacent compared to the rapid innovation coming from UCaaS vendors. This makes no sense. CPaaS has been leading the innovation when it comes to how developers build communication products. This has been the case ever since CPaaS was coined. But now, the trend is changing. This is doubly […]

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WebRTC: The end of an era (and the dawn of a new one)

After 10 years, we are at the dawn of a new era for WebRTC. This one is going to focus on differentiation and will bring with it new dominant players into the field.

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Interoperability and standardization in a world dominated by WebRTC & Zoom

Rethink the way we look at interoperability and standardization in communications, now that we live in a WebRTC & Zoom world.

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Lyra, Satin and the future of voice codecs in WebRTC

There are new audio codecs in town: Google Lyra and Microsoft Satin. Both banking on AI-based voice coding, and both will be fighting for inclusion in WebRTC.

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