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This research paper covers everything you need to know about WebRTC and the ecosystem around it to make educated decisions about launching new initiatives using this technology.
Spanning 93 pages, this paper covers in a simple language what WebRTC is, what you can and can’t do with it, how the ecosystem is divided along with many vendor stories of those who adopted WebRTC.
For those interested in statistics, the research paper contains:
- 93 pages
- 19.5K words
- 12 figures and tables
- 30 vendor stories
- 96 links to additional external resources
You can learn more in the Q&A.Table of Contents
- Who Am I Anyway?
- Why WebRTC for Business People?
- What is WebRTC?
- VoIP Developers
- Browser Support
- Interoperability between Chrome and Firefox
- Handling Safari and IE
- Dealing with Mobile
- WebRTC on Devices
- WebRTC API Components
- NAT Traversal
- Requested Features
- WebRTC vs The World
- Anatomy of VoIP Solutions
- H.323 and SIP
- WebRTC Hype
- The WebRTC Ecosystem
- The 5 Uses of WebRTC
- WebRTC Use Cases by Verticals
- Video Conferencing
- Customer Service & Support
- Expert Market
- Social Networking and Consumer VoIP
- Streaming and Content Delivery
- Appendix: Online Resources
When you purchase this research paper, you also receive:
- 96 links to select articles about WebRTC in the topics covered in this paper
- Free quarterly updates for a year
- Exclusive 3 months of free access to WebRTC Insights, an online tool covering these aspects:
- Over 250 vendors and services aggregated and analyzed
- Distribution of WebRTC vendors across the globe
- Vendor types and target customers distribution
The paper will be sent by email in PDF format within 24 hours of purchase.
This report is useful if you are:
- An entrepreneur, seeking to start a real-time communication related initiative
- A product manager, trying to understand where WebRTC fits into your planning
- A decision maker, who needs to make sense of the brave new world of WebRTC
The research paper addresses the following key questions:
- What is WebRTC?
- What can WebRTC do, and what can’t it do?
- In which browsers and environments can WebRTC be used?
- What types of vendors are adopting WebRTC and how?
- In which markets is WebRTC used and with what kinds of business models?