Testing #WebRTC products, from clients to servers and infrastructures

Since our Real-time communication testing evolution with WebRTC 1.0” article was accepted for publication by IEEE, not many new scientific papers have been published on WebRTC testing apart from [1] and [2] ([3] is also available, but without indication wether it has been peer-reviewed and accepted for publication or not), but a lot has happen with KITE.
Beyond being the official testing tool for webrtc.org, and adding tests for multistream and simulcast to better cover the last pieces of the WebRTC 1.0 spec, support for mobile browsers and mobile app testing, as well as for Electron apps testing have been added. KITE can now support up to 20 clients configurations, making it the most complete and most versatile #webrtc testing tool known to date.
Beyond the Interoperability Mode, a Load Testing mode has been added to KITE, specifically to stress test webrtc servers and infrastructures, with a capacity of 1 millions users. It has been tested in production by several customers in a one-to-many streaming environment.
      Of course, you can have CoSMo run KITE for you (hosted and managed), or you can run it yourself, on premises. More details in this Post.

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