There is only so much SD-WAN vendors can do when it comes to VoIP and specifically WebRTC optimization. When a vendor claims for specific VoIP optimization that is based on quality of experience or similar considerations, I suggest to check the details of how this optimization is implemented and which applications it covers.
Delivery of WebRTC based communications services to the enterprise can be (and is today) done over best effort open internet but for higher adoption rates among enterprises it is required to enable the delivery of such services over managed networks.
The growing adoption of SD-WAN allows for agile and dynamic delivery of WebRTC services to enterprises
I had several questions lately from vertical service providers contemplating about the technology to use for their video service.
They were hesitant if building with WebRTC is the right way to go.
Here is a case study showing why building with anything other than WebRTC doesn’t make sense.
Anyone who regularly uses VoIP mobile applications has experienced the mobile application priority issue before. This happened to me again last week, I was on Skype (Desktop), other person Skype on mobile, he got a cellular call coming in. Then the magic happened, I was put on hold without any warning and reconnected only once he disconnected the cellular call.
Before VoIP came along, enterprises had network people and telephony people. These were different groups, nothing to do one with the other. Deploying VoIP forced […]