WebRTC

WebRTC

(WEB Real-Time Communication) A browser-based programming interface (API) from the W3C for voice and video calling that bypasses the traditional telephone networks. Introduced in 2011 as open source software by Google, by 2014, WebRTC was added to Chrome, Firefox and Opera browsers. WebRTC also supports data sharing.
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Dialogic, a cloud-optimized applications and virtualized infrastructure solutions provider for service providers, enterprises, and developers, has been recognized as an Innovator in the WebRTC market by independent analyst firm MarketsandMarkets.
Recently, one of the spokespeople of the company made an announcement that from now onwards, they will offer their WebRTC development service to all their clients.
Web Real-Time Communication Market By Type (Solution, Service), By Service (Consulting, Implementation, Integration, Maintenance), By Application (Social Networking, Gaming, Voice Calling, Video Conferencing, Others), By End-user Vertical (BFSI, Public Sector, Healthcare, Transportation, Manufacturing, Media & Entertainment, IT & Telecom, Energy & Utility, Retail) -- Growth, Share, Opportunities & Competitive Analysis, 2016 -- 2023", the global WebRTC market is expected to grow at a significant CAGR of over 40% between 2016 to 2023.
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The company offers industry-standard WebRTC solutions for facilitating web conferencing and other VoIP-based unified communication solutions.
The vulnerability stems from an issue in WebRTC, a communication framework the Chrome browser supports to allow users to make use of real-time voice and video chats like Google Hangouts.
There is WebRTC, which we'll explore more in the next section, and it's the only shining light for real-time efforts in the browser as the industry continues to push toward a future of Flash-free browsers.
life has become what many are stating as the, 'next generation web based communication platform' offering a bundle of real time communication features via WebRTC.
Built on WebRTC and supported by Amazon Cloud Infrastructure, Cloud9 has quickly become the most widely used cloud-based voice trading platform due to its reliability, resiliency, and ability to streamline trading technology and hardware overhead.
One leading beneficiary is WebRTC, which provides a framework, protocols, and API that facilitates real-time interactive voice, video and data in via a Web browser.