You turn on your computer, you open your web browser and you do stuff. You search, send emails, make calls, all in real-time, so why not do the same with video communications? Web Real-Time Communication, or WebRTC uses your standard browser enabling real-time voice, text and video communications, without the hassle of downloads, plugins or Flash. It’s browser based, secure and has advanced audio and video quality.
“Web Real-Time Communication, or WebRTC uses your standard browser enabling real-time voice, text and video communications”
So, given all this, why hasn’t WebRTC been adopted by the mainstream? The technology is there, as is the need for greater collaboration. All that remains to be sorted are the standards that will support it. They’ll be here soon enough. The anticipation is building; read our whitepaper and you’ll almost feel it.
Which is sort of what WebRTC is all about. You can’t touch the people in the room but you’ll believe you almost could. It sits somewhere between simple and simpler, smart and smarter, fast and faster. And it will remove everything that might currently sit in the way of real-time visual working together.