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To make it easier for our customers and website visitors to find our videos and reports, we have created two pages where we collect all of our event videos and industry reports.
Nowadays, the most important metric on the Internet is latency because applications are becoming more interactive. Ergo, the Internet community is continuously working on transport protocols to improve latency. In this blog post we go through the ground work, differences, and similarities of HTTP/2 and QUIC protocols.
Nowadays, it is common for an Internet connected device to have multiple network interfaces. For example, smartphones have a 3G/LTE connection along with an active WiFi access. Essentially, a single session can take advantage of the availability of multiple paths between two endpoints.
We tend to share some metrics from our service across deployments at various industry events. We have been wanting to make this process more formal. Today we are announcing the WebRTC Metrics Report series, and making its first report available to everyone.
JsSIP version 3.0 now supports sending WebRTC statistics to callstats.io. Huge thanks to the Nimble Ape team and especially to Iñaki Baz Castillo for doing most of the heavy lifting. All WebRTC services based on SIP, can natively use callstats.js.
Last year we wrote a blog post about how and why we selected the front-end framework for our dashboard. We picked React because its component-based architecture gave us a lot of benefits. Here are our learnings after one year of using React.