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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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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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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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What should CPaaS providers do today to prepare for the “post pandemic”?

The pandemic is changing everything. CPaaS providers need to change their priorities and focus as well.

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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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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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