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For many companies just exploring voice and video, knowing which platform to use in building out their services can be a daunting task. Finding the right balance of control, specialization, and cost can be difficult, especially with a market of extensive platforms. This blog post delves into several voice and video platforms to help you understand which gives you the most control.

By: Alexandrea Mellen,

At callstats.io, we use multiple different internal and open source services to create one cohesive product. In a lot of ways, this is great. It enables us to implement features and iterate much faster than if we were building everything from scratch. However, implementing microservices can present its own set of complications.

By: Sten Hägglund,

Using artificial intelligence in conjunction with the network to optimize media quality is a more abstract idea than many direct applications of AI. Nevertheless, it has the potential to seamlessly improve real-time communications.

By: Alexandrea Mellen,

By 2019, video traffic will be 82% of global consumer Internet traffic. Debates are becoming more intense on the importance of factors including open-source and royalty-free options. What video codecs are most prevalent in the industry today?

By: Alexandrea Mellen,

SRTP is one component of security in WebRTC that give comfort to developers looking for a secure API. But what is it really, and how does it work?

By: Alexandrea Mellen,

Artificial intelligence in real-time communications can greatly improve audio and video quality and reliability. But how? Read on to find out.

By: Alexandrea Mellen,

WebRTC has a rich and interesting history, starting in 2010 with Google’s acquisition of On2 and Global IP Solutions. Before thinking about the next version of WebRTC, let’s take a look at the past.

By: Alexandrea Mellen, Varun Singh,