Reduce Your Risk Without Losing Precious Time When Choosing a WebRTC API Platform
Product managers typically have three choices when it comes to using WebRTC:
|Develop your service from scratch, getting which requires your developers up to speed with this technology.|
|Pick some open source and commercial technologies and products and integrate them together.|
|Pick a WebRTC PaaS vendor and try to run the service on top of it.|
You had this great idea: a new service you want to start. And that service requires real time communications.
You’ve heard about WebRTC and because of all the benefits it offers it’s the technology you want to use.
Now comes the hard part, selecting the right ‘platform’ that is right for your company.
As it so happens, there is no single answer – no schoolbook solution that fits everyone. Your use case and environment are unique to you.
This is why I have written this report – Choosing a WebRTC API Platform.
With this report, you will be able to make the best decision on the right WebRTC platform for your company. It will save you time in narrowing down your vendor selection process in the WebRTC PaaS route, and in the case that you do require in-house development you’ll learn that right away and the best approach and steps to take.
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What are people saying about this report?
If you are in search for a WebRTC API platform the report will save you tons of work and money trying to collect this information yourself. After reading the report you will be able to create a list of 2-3 finalists and delve into the details of those and those only. Making the wrong choice can cost you loss of engineering efforts and late time to market. The report will help you get it right in the first time.Amir Zmora, VP Alliances & Partnerships at AudioCodes
We like this guide because it is intended for mobile and web app developer audience, and NOT for the telco crowd. Number of times the word IMS shows up = 0. Number of times the word UC shows up = 1 time, Telco = 2 (in reference to another article).Shubh Agarwal, VP Marketing & PLM, OpenClove
Tsahi offers his usual encyclopedic review of a significant aspect of WebRTC’s emergence–in this case, he deconstructs the technology and use cases for WebRTC API platforms, and then offers a comprehensive summary of the players in this space.
API platforms are becoming more accepted as ways for enterprises to build out service capabilities for either inward- or outward-facing communications. Twilio is probably the pioneer and the best known of the providers and advocates of this general approach. As Tsahi shows, there is a range of companies taking a WebRTC-focused approach to making a business out of this new model of creating real-time multimedia services.Eric Krapf, Program Co-Chair of the Enterprise Connect events, UBM Tech