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Last week, one of our customers reached out regarding poor conference quality for their end users. We helped them address their concerns and get them back to premium quality. Read on to see how we help our customers solve their pressing conference quality concerns.
At callstats.io, we have three major customer plan levels: Basic, Pro Plus, and Enterprise. These plans are designed to give you the optimal value of our service based on your size business and traffic volume. Read on to see a comparison between our Basic and Pro Plus plans.
WebRTC enables peer-to-peer, real-time communication in web browsers and mobile applications. It’s making a huge impact in the real-time communication space. Read this post to understand precisely what it is in three minutes or less.
The media is in a frenzy about the potential for self-driving cars, but is that really where all the money is? Connected cars are able to provide a ton of data about user habits, and prove to be a significant source of revenue for car companies. Check out our infographic for more compelling data about the future of connected vehicle monetization.
Since the first email was sent just under 50 years ago, the internet has continued to transform the way people communicate. Far-flung science fiction dreams aren’t just reality — they’re carried out anywhere, anytime between smartphones, laptops, and tablets. Personal communication has never been more ubiquitous, and the possibilities for future innovations are endless.
Frozen Mountain, a leader in real time communications developer solutions, has teamed-up with callstats.io, a leader in communications monitoring and troubleshooting services, to deliver a comprehensive solution for adding high quality voice, video and data streaming capabilities to enterprise applications. Read more about this exciting integration here.
We speak to a lot of companies that are worried about improving their WebRTC service and scaling quickly. They want to arrange a proof of concept with callstats.io so they can identify what issues they need to focus on. Read on if you want to understand the quick, simple process for establishing a proof of concept with us.
The Internet of Things offers amazing potential to connect users to everyday items. Check out this post to see the latest trends, concerns, and predictions for the Internet of Things and how it relates to real-time communication.
Last week, we celebrated our five year code anniversary! Read about how we have changed as a company and what the future holds.
For organizations looking to streamline their contact center operations, moving to cloud-based solutions like SaaS or PaaS is a natural pivot away from on-premises locations. How do you choose which solution is right for your contact center? Let’s take a look.
Immersive, real-time experiences are becoming the standard for technology products. But how can we provide amazing experiences without proper testing and monitoring? To help answer this question, we created Verify webrtc-stats. Read more about Verify and our reason for implementing it here.
Building security systems for home and commercial uses has never been easier thanks to the internet, smaller and smaller hardware, and smartphones. In this post, we explore some of the latest trends, concerns, and predictions for the world of surveillance and how it relates to real-time communication.
We are excited to announce Collaborate is now available on all paid plans. This new feature empowers your team to collaborate in the callstats.io dashboard to boost productivity and resolve issues faster. Start collaborating today.
Big data and the importance of big data is a big topic of conversation between businesses and consumers. Everyone accepts that big data matters, but do businesses really understand what it is, or have the proper team to handle it?
Discussing artificial intelligence in real-time communications can be a daunting task. The real-time communications space encompasses so many different verticals, from team collaboration to one-way conversational devices, that artificial intelligence applications in RTC are extensive. How can we classify them in an easy and effective way?