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ML in WebRTC: The noise suppression gold rush

Communication vendors are waking up to the need to invest in ML/AI in media processing. The challenge will be to get ML in WebRTC.

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WebRTC unbundling: the beginning of the end for WebRTC?

2020 marks the point of WebRTC unbundling. It seems like the new initiatives are the beginning of the end of WebRTC as we know it as we enter the era of differentiation.

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WebRTC ports: Understanding IP addresses and port ranges in WebRTC

WebRTC IP addresses and port ranges can be a bit tricky for those unfamiliar enough with VoIP. I’d like to shed some light about this topic.

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WebRTC TURN: Why you NEED it and when you DON’T need it

WebRTC TURN servers are an essential piece of almost any WebRTC deployment. If you aren’t using them, then make sure you have a VERY good reason.

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Announcing: WebRTC fiddle of the month

Once a month, I will be publishing along with Philipp Hancke a WebRTC fiddle of the month as a free lesson in my WebRTC Codelab.

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WebRTC browser support on desktop and mobile

2020 offers an interesting viewpoint to WebRTC browser support. Where exactly is it available in desktop and mobile, and what can you do about it as a developer? This is almost a yearly article that I now write, each time with a slightly different focus to it. We’re now halfway into 2020, and things are […]

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VP9 Codec: Is it time to adopt it in your WebRTC application?

VP9 is the best unused codec today that can improve video quality and media experience in your WebRTC application. Lets see who is this codec good for.

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Surviving WebRTC CPU requirements in large group calls

Enabling large group video calls in WebRTC is possible, but requires effort. WebRTC CPU consumption requires optimizations and that means making use of a lot of different techniques.

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How to know if an open source WebRTC media server is kept up to date?

If you are going to start a WebRTC project that requires a media server, you better be sure you know how frequently as well as when was the last time the code got updated.

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