Helping vendors everywhere get the most out of & WebRTC

With media delivery, you can optimize for quality or latency. Not both

You will need to decide what is more important for you – quality or latency. Trying to optimize for both is bound to fail miserably.

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Nocode/Lowcode in CPaaS

Lowcode and nocode or old/new concepts that are now finding their way to Communication APIs. Here’s the latest developments.

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In group video calls, effectively managing bandwidth is 90% of the battle

The biggest challenge you will have when implementing WebRTC group calling is estimating optimizing bandwidth use.

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WebRTC is a technology not a solution

WebRTC is a building block to be used when developing solutions. Comparing it to solutions is the wrong approach.

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WebRTC is a marathon not a sprint

WebRTC requires an ongoing investment that doesn’t lend itself to a one-off outsourced project. You need to plan and work with it longtime.

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What is the WebRTC leak test? [Guide]

Hearing FUD around WebRTC IP leaks and testing them? The stories behind them are true, but only partially.

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WebRTC reduced barriers and increased innovation in communications

What WebRTC did to VoIP was reduce the barrier of entry to new vendors and increased the level and domains of innovation.

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FIDO Alliance and the end of 2FA revenue to CPaaS vendors

With FIDO coming to replace passwords in applications, CPaaS vendors are likely to decline in 2FA revenues.

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WebRTC video calling table stakes
WebRTC video calling table stakes

What was nice to have is now becoming mandatory in WebRTC video calling applications. This includes background blurring, but also a lot of other features as well.

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