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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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🎲 Which video codec to use in your WebRTC application? 🎲

Picking the right video codec for a WebRTC application is tricky. Should you use VP8? H.264? VP9? Go with AV1? What about HEVC?

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WebRTC Trends for 2021 (and beyond)

2021 is set out to be the year of technical debt and quality optimizations. Check out these WebRTC trends to keep up to speed with communication technologies.

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A blueprint to improving WebRTC media quality using AI

Before jumping on the ML/AI bandwagon of WebRTC media quality, make sure you’ve exhausted all of your other optimization alternatives.

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WebRTC Growth – is it a back-to-school pandemic phenomena?

WebRTC growth during 2020 came in waves, just like the pandemic and its quarantines. Here how it looks and where we are all headed.

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What is WebRTC P2P mesh and why it can’t scale?

If you are planning to use WebRTC P2P mesh to power your service, don’t expect it to scale to large sessions. Here’s why.

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CPaaS in 2020 and my WebRTC API report

In the last 2 months I’ve dived into the world of CPaaS again, updating my WebRTC API focused report. Oh, and there’s a new free ebook.

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Twilio Signal 2020. I expected more from the leading CPaaS vendor

Twilio Signal 2020 occurred virtually this year. The number of new announcements or market changing ones was low compared to previous years. I expected more from Twilio as the leading CPaaS vendor.

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Cloud giants joining the WebRTC API game. How is that changing the CPaaS landscape?

Amazon Chime SDK and Azure Communication Services mark the entrance of the cloud giants to the CPaaS space, and they are doing it from a WebRTC API angle.

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