Back in 2013, I did a full review, including benchmarks, of all the open source webRTC media servers. Defining use cases and corresponding tests and benchmarks was hard, and while I was happy with the results, which I presented a couple of times in conferences, the results are now grossly outdated. A year and a half ago, I tried to trigger a gathering of all the actors, as they all belong to IETF. It is very difficult for a potential user to know which project to use, and answers on the webrtc-discuss mailing list were confusing at best. We needed something more descriptive, easier to understand. I got traction from most of the players, but couldn’t make it happen. This year, hopefully, things will be different.
It’s time for me to move to other adventures. The reasons, what I will remember from Citrix, and more importantly what I’m up to next are questions that keep coming since I updated my linked in Profile today. Here is a brief answer to all.
By now all should have seen the announcements here and there, creating one of the leader SaaS player in the market with a combine 1B+ in revenue. This blog will resume activity this week. 😉
The last post about Safari and webrtc, and the webrtc-in-webkit project was published almost a year ago, and a lot happened since.
Last month I had the opportunity to do a follow up meeting with the Media / WebRTC team at Apple in the valley, and I thought it would be a good time for a follow up.
It’s been clear for some time now that SVC Codecs are the future. Most of the biggest players (IBM Sametimes, Cisco, MS Skype, …) already use an SVC codec in their product, but what about webRTC? Well, things are getting together to support SVC in webRTC, and while everybody was waiting for VP9, it looks like VP8 will actually be one of the first SVC codec available!
Last week and today took place two major conferences from Microsoft: BUILD (all things MicroSoft) and Edge Web Summit, the later focussed on the Edge Browser. Several announcements about ORTC / WebRTC have been made, especially about video Codec support.
The work done by webrtc-in-webkit (mainly Adam B from Ericsson), and a few other contributors (Centricular, Igalia, Canon, Apple, ……) has now found his way to the preview version of Safari!
This post will provide you with a simple way, backed up by governmental statistics, to see if a medium-sized Singaporean company is doing well, or not.
This post has been written based on exchanges and research with some of my ex-colleagues from the Manpower Research & Statistics Department, Ministry of Manpower and the Cross-disciplinary data-intensive Analytics group (CDA Group) of the Institute for High-Performance Computing (IHPC), part of the Agency for Science Technology And Research (A*STAR).