Radio is an interesting use case for WebRTC P2P CDN. It can benefit from longer sessions and enhanced capacity by utilizing WebRTC. Here is what this can mean to broadcasters who wish to try out this technology.
Open source licenses are tough. When you decide to use an open source module, you need to first ask yourself if its license is suitable for your business. In many cases, you’d rather be safe than sorry here.
Blue Jimp (and Jisti) got acquired by Atlassian for their HipChat service. This was all about WebRTC multiparty video calling capabilities. Atlassian needed to replace its existing dependence on AddLive and to be able to take ownership of its destiny in real time communications.
Set top boxes may be running WebKit, but they aren’t going to need WebRTC for your living room anytime soon. The main use case of video chat with others is a hard nut to crack in the living room environment.
Google just announced their intent to make QUIC an IEFT standard. QUIC also has a role to play in WebRTC by replacing SCTP. QUIC brings with it faster connection times as well as better congestion algorithms.
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