Microsoft and Apple are gearing up for WebRTC support. How will that translate into market adoption, and what should we see in 2016 from them?
When it comes to WebRTC multiparty video, the most common architecture out there is SFU. The reason for it is cost and complexity. What makes it a better choice than mesh or an MCU?
WebRTC Global Summit is taking place in London during April, and it will be an opportunity to listen to the industry trends – and to meet me in person.
Where to find me in the next two months and learn more about WebRTC.
Twilio’s Signal event took place last week. In it, Twilio made it clear that they are betting on being the best of suite in communication APIs. Here’s some of my quick thoughts about the many announcements made during this event and how they affect our ecosystem.
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.
Messaging will eat up Unified Communications and the reason for that is simple – Unified Communications is now a feature and not a service thanks to WebRTC.
AMEX taught us all a lesson at Enterprise Connect about WebRTC, looking at the business case and launching a service to market.
We are going to host another Kranky Geek event about WebRTC. This time, with Informa, in London. See you on 16 April, 2015!
TrueConf in a guest post leaning in to the internal debates around WebRTC in Russian enterprises today.