Category Archives for "Market"

Who are the WebRTC Market Global Key Players?

The WebRTC market global key players may be different than you think. They include the browser vendors, a few CPaaS vendors, dominant “creators” of WebRTC sessions and… open source projects.

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Google’s WebRTC goals – a problem of expectations

WebRTC isn’t like Node.js or TensorFlow. Its purpose isn’t adoption in general, but rather adoption in browsers. If you believe otherwise, then there’s a problem of expectations you need to deal with.

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Google’s private WebRTC roadmap for 2020 = AI

Google’s plans for WebRTC have either changed or finally got revealed. Where? In its internal WebRTC roadmap.

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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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Video meetings guest access: the new frontier of interoperability

Video meetings and guest access has come a long to the point they are today. Check out how they have evolved and where we are headed.

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Future of CPaaS; a look ahead

Looking at how the future of cloud communication APIs (CPaaS) look like, what are vendors after, what they pitch and brief analysts about, and what their customers are looking for.

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When will Zoom use WebRTC?

There are different ways to use WebRTC. Zoom is using WebRTC, just not in the most common way possible today. Here’s how things will evolve.

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How different companies (and industries) are trying to fight spam calls

What I like at how companies are tackling spam calls and robocalling is that the solutions they bring to the table are based a lot on their DNA.

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AI in communications is inevitable

Some recent acquisitions in the comms space are reshaping the notion and role AI in communications is playing. It is an inevitability.

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