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LiveSwitch and FreeSWITCH - Part 2

In Part 1 of this series, we built a web application with LiveSwitch that creates MCU, SFU, and peer connections, all at the same time, and all in the same app. Part 2 (today) is going to cover the integration of FreeSWITCH and the LiveSwitch SIP connector to bridge in VoIP phones and the traditional telephone network (PSTN/POTS).…

Announcing Safari 11 Support for IceLink

Since the announcement and subsequent availability of Safari Technology Preview 32, we have made a few tweaks to the IceLink JavaScript SDK and are pleased to announce that Safari is now officially supported, as of IceLink 3.0.13 and 2.9.27!…

Opening Up Media and Signaling with IceLink 3

IceLink 3’s integrated media pipeline allows powerful and fine-grained control of both local and remote media handling. In this article, we’ll walk through the process of setting up custom audio and video tracks, as well as a demonstration of signaling by simulating two peers in a single process.…

IceLink Takes Advantage of H.264/AVC and VP8 Support in Edge 40

Back in January, Microsoft announced Edge support for WebRTC 1.0, H.264/AVC and VP8 in its Insider Preview track. With the Creator’s Update released in April, this support is now rolling out to Windows 10 devices around the world as part of Edge version 40.…

IceLink 3: The Media Pipeline

IceLink 3 introduces a new media pipeline that is vastly more powerful than its previous iteration from IceLink 2.…

How Can I Use SIP with WebRTC?

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 WebRTC-enabled endpoints, or you have an existing web application and are looking for a way to interconnect with the telephone network. In both cases, the goal is the same - interconnection - and that’s what SIP is all about.…

How to Successfully Scale Your WebRTC Application

“How do I scale this?” This is a question that is asked eventually, often too late but never too early, by everyone that builds successful web-based software products. The importance of a plan for scalability is hard to overstate, but unfortunately, it’s often left until the last moment when something has already started to fail. It’s even more important for applications that incorporate WebRTC, or any other real-time communications technology, especially if video is an integral component.…

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