WebRTC API platforms are not new around here. From a high level perspective, most of these API platforms seem to be more of the same. Having said that, some have an unfair advantage. AT&T could have taken the me too approach but they didn’t. They took a different and interesting stab at WebRTC and made use of their unfair advantage, their users and their AT&T identity.
Even though the known implementation of WebRTC is the open source coming from Google, it is not the only implementation. This interview is with Stefan Alund from Ericsson who is heading the team behind OpenWebRTC
The WebRTC Mandatory To Implement (MTI) video codec has been a battleground in WebRTC where each camp has its claims why VP8 or H.264 is the right one to go for. Although the set is technical, the considerations behind the scenes are business, involve large companies and big money. Based on the last IETF meeting it looks like a solution is underway
I just came back from the LTE Voice Summit and one of the interesting points many service providers presented was about their hopes from VoLTE. Rightfully there was a consensus that VoLTE will not be a revenue growth generator… Customer retention? Maybe.
Vision Mobile released an interesting report about asymmetric business models and how they are the secret weapon of software companies. I consider this as one of the better reads I had lately. Interesting to see how WebRTC plays here.
As people who lived on Earth and that was all they really knew, the Church and the scientists believed for many years that Earth is the center of the world and that everything revolves around it. It took a lot of research and