Who are the Winners and Losers of the WebRTC Video Codec MTI Decision?
24 Nov 2014
Now that we've decided to have both H.264 and VP8 video codecs in WebRTC, it is time to check who wins and who loses out of this decision.
30 Sep 2014
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Since Chromecast got released it had its share of copycats. From Mozilla to Microsoft. Only company missing is Apple. What's so enticing in an HDMI dongle?
07 Sep 2014
Reducing friction for end customers is one of the two Job to be Done tasks of WebRTC. And it means a lot more than just the fact that you don't need to download a plugin or a VoIP client.
17 Jul 2014
How is it that most telco vendors are pitching IMS-WebRTC and telcos are deploying WebRTC without IMS?
22 May 2014
Whatsapp is about to launch its voice service, which most probably uses WebRTC. This will be the largest service out there with WebRTC. Another great proof point for the technology.
15 May 2014
Comcast decided to use WebRTC in a Chromecast like use case, where you can stream video from your mobile to your X1 set top box. What does that mean to the WebRTC ecosystem?
28 Apr 2014
Now that Netflix is looking at P2P video delivery, shouldn't it also look at WebRTC's data channel to get rid of its peering agreements with Comcast et al?
20 Mar 2014
To get the most out of WebRTC, think of deploying it with non-native components to fill in the cracks it leaves behind.
11 Mar 2014
Telco OTT for messaging and voice has failed thusfar, but that is no indication of how Pay-TV OTT and TV Everywhere services will fare.
13 Jan 2014
The only really interesting news from CES? Google pulling off a large number of vendors to support its VP9 codec.