Real-time Communications Blog

Articles on interesting real-time communications topics and challenges.

The WebRTC Working Group released the First Public Working Draft of a set of use cases motivating the development of WebRTC...

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Tags: WebRTC Use Cases, WebRTC-NV, WebRTC,

The theme for Kranky Geek 2018 last Friday was AI in communications and, judging by the record-setting attendance, this is a...

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Tags: Kranky Geek, W3C, QUIC,

 TPAC 2018 was held last week in Lyon, France and attended by TPAC brings together W3C Technical Groups, the...

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Tags: TPAC, W3C, WebRTC,

googMetrics were recently deprecated and removed from the getStats() API. In order to maintain compliance with W3C standards,...

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Tags: getStats API, WebRTC, Customer Support,

The WebRTC Working Group has moved the Peer Connection specification to Candidate Recommendation (CR). The WebRTC Working...

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Tags: WebRTC, W3C, WebRTC Event became an official member of the W3C at the beginnig of 2016. Since the beginning of the year the document has...

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Tags: WebRTC Monitoring, WebRTC, getStats API,

We are excited to announce that starting from 2016 will be an official member of the World Wide Web Consortium...

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Tags:, W3C

Delay and jitter are naturally tied to each other, but they are not the same. Delay is a significant metric in networking...

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Tags: Real-time Communications, Networking

One major issue with end-to-end communication between pairs of endpoints is that, in many cases, those endpoints do not...

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Tags: Networking, WebRTC, TURN

Each year, getting started with WebRTC is easier (and cheaper), however, decisions made at the start of your project still...

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Tags: WebRTC

WebRTC is an HTML5 API defined in the W3C that supports plugin-free video and audio calls between browsers. WebRTC traffic is...

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Tags: WebRTC, getStats API

Nowadays, the most important metric on the Internet is latency because applications are becoming more interactive. Ergo, the...

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Tags: Networking, Real-time Communications

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