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WebRTC is the basis for many exciting tools on the market today, empowering peer-to-peer video, content sharing, and internet of things devices. We explain what exactly WebRTC is, and use cases you can use to apply it to your work to make more powerful products.

By: Alexandrea Mellen, Lasse Lumiaho,

Last week, several members of the team attended Enterprise Connect. Here are our key takeaways from the event.

By: Alexandrea Mellen, Binoy Chemmagate, Varun Singh,

Low media quality occurs due to a variety of reasons, most of which can be fixed automatically. Today, we are announcing the first artificial intelligence solution for WebRTC, Optimize. Optimize significantly improves call quality by applying AI and ML algorithms, and works in the background estimating the optimal quality for each user, using insights from the previous sessions.

By: Varun Singh, Marcin Nagy, Lennart Schulte,

Delay and jitter are naturally tied to each other, but they are not the same. They are both impacted by several factors and both affect the network, but they describe different problems.

By: Alexandrea Mellen, Balázs Kreith,

Our Long-term vision for evaluating media quality for real-time communication is grand and this post discusses how we measure annoyance.

By: Varun Singh,

Gearing up to the magical Scandinavian summer, we’re happy to announce internship opportunities with!

By: Juho Heikkilä,

Objective Quality (OQ) is a popular high-order metric displayed on our dashboard. It evaluates the quality of a conference call by giving each stream a score. Today, we are rolling out Objective Quality Version 3 (OQv3). In this blogpost, we describe the updates that were made to’s popular quality score.

By: Balázs Kreith, Jeremi Podlasek, Navid Khajehzadeh,