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18 September 2023
WebRTC is an open-source technology that enables Real-Time Communications (RTC) in a web browser. It provides software developers with a set of application programming interfaces (APIs) to enable real-time data exchange between peers – e.g. for audio calls, video conferencing, or even game streaming. One of our products, Anbox Cloud, uses ...
30 July 2015
This is a guest post by Struktur AG. Today, most organizations use online services for communication and often have confidential data shared and stored with service providers. Just think of Google®, Skype®, WebEx®, GoToMeeting®, BlueJeans® and many others. You may already have used these services to video conference, share files, keep you ...
31 July 2014
Dialogic solves a WebRTC NAT problem for TADHack in days with Juju and now anybody can use the solution in minutes. Mid May Alan Quayle, the organiser of the first telecom application developer hackaton – TADHack, contacts Ubuntu and says that one of the sponsors suggested to setup a TURN and STUN server for the beginning of June event. T ...
9 June 2014
At TADHack in Madrid, Metaswitch, Telestax and Canonical proved that instant telecom integration and NFV is now a reality. We showed that anybody can deploy, integrate and scale a telecom solution in minutes on any public cloud, private cloud or bare-metal server with Juju. Traditionally a telecom integrator installs an IMS in 12 months ...