The latest updates from the world of Real-time Communication.
With WebRTC Expo IV having now wrapped up in Atlanta, a few thoughts come to mind regarding the state of WebRTC and its future.
According to research from Disruptive Analysis, the number of WebRTC-enabled devices topped one billion in the first quarter of the year. The company projects nearly four billion PCs, smartphones and tablets will be Web-RTC-enabled by the end of 2016, with nearly a billion users taking advantage of these solutions…
WebRTC technology is rapidly becoming one of the most important tools for business communication. Not only is it a simple method for implementing video conferencing, but the fact that WebRTC is browser-based means that it is compatible with practically any computing device without the need for specific equipment…
This week, Intel quietly jumped into the WebRTC arena with a SDK and server solution optimized for its hardware. “Chip Shot: Intel Help Create High-Performance Communications Solutions,” a company PR blog post announced the launch of the Intel Collaboration Service for WebRTC, or Intel CS for WebRTC.