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How to Successfully Scale Your WebRTC Application in 2021

“How do I scale this?”

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Diagnosing Network Problems with WebRTC Applications

What happens when a video call works perfectly in one environment, but degrades rapidly in another? What about an audio call that sounds good most of the time, but occasionally..

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LiveSwitch's Embedded TURN: Simplifying NAT Traversal

The way we communicate through the internet has changed dramatically. In order to avoid issues with interoperability in peer-to-peer video conferences, developers need to have..

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Spatial Audio Techniques for Enterprise VR Applications

  Virtual Reality is a rapidly emerging technology that has the potential to change the way we interact and communicate with our world and with each other. With the global market..

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SIP Integrations With WebRTC: How It Works

If you’re asking this question, then chances are you either have an existing SIP infrastructure and are looking for a way to interconnect with Web Real-Time Communications..

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Scale Interactivity with LiveSwitch's WebRTC-Based Data Channels

The way data is communicated between WebRTC clients has changed, namely owing to the changing scale and type of data that is communicated in a WebRTC-powered application...

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How to Diagnose Network Problems with WebRTC Applications

What happens when a video call works perfectly in one environment, but degrades rapidly in another? What about an audio call that sounds good most of the time, but occasionally..

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How to Successfully Scale Your WebRTC Application in 2021

“How do I scale this?”

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Voice Detection with the Client SDK

    Voice detection is an important technique used in audio processing to help detect the presence or absence of human speech.  Being able to monitor and mute inactive speakers..

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