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What’s the Role of WebAssembly in WebRTC?

WebAssembly in WebRTC is coming. Once WebRTC 1.0 is published, Wasm is where to focus will be headed. Here’s what it means to you.

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What’s the Best Size for a WebRTC SFU Media Server?

Small, Medium, Big or Extra Large? How do you like your WebRC SFU Media Server? I just checked AWS. If I had to build the most bad-ass, biggest, meanest, scalest, siziest server for WebRTC. One that can handle gazillions of sessions, I’d go for this one: A machine to drool over… Should buy such a […]

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A new design and what to expect in 2019 from BlogGeek.me?

Here’s what to expect from me in 2019, and how I started the year with a fresh new website design (which is long overdue)

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All the Truth About the Latest (non)Hype of Fuzzy Testing WebRTC Applications

There’s a lot of fuzzing around lately about WebRTC. Which is really about SRTP. Which is really important. But also really misplaced. Here’s what you need to know.

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Is Chrome on its Way to be ONLY Browser out there? (Microsoft throwing the towel on Edge)

Microsoft announced Edge will be built on Chromium. What does that mean to the browsers market and innovation?

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What Does Machine Learning Have to do with MOS Scores?

What Does Machine Learning Have to do with MOS Scores? Depends what angle you look at it from. Here are a few trends you should be aware of in ML and MOS.

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HELLO 2. Is Hardware Gear Finally Taking WebRTC Seriously?

It is about time for video room systems to adopt WebRTC native approaches. Solaborate’s HELLO 2 is a right step in this direction.

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Kranky Geek 2018. A post event post

Videos from Kranky Geek SF 2018 are now available – check them out to learn more about AM and ML in RTC.

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8×8 Acquires Jitsi From Atlassian. Winners and Losers

Jitsi was just acquired by 8×8, shifting hands from Atlassian. Here’s what to expect.

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