• Chad Hart

    Ready to make money with WebRTC?

    We hope you had the opportunity to join Voxbone’s webinar earlier this week when Fikri Firat, Developer Advocate of Strategic Products, and I discussed the potential commercial use cases for WebRTC, with some real-world examples. If you missed it, you can watch the recording in its entirety …

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  • Chad Hart

    For Business or Leisure? WebRTC serves both (Part 2)

    I recently wrote about the fact that, while people might not know about WebRTC by name, chances are they’ve used the technology before. There are more than two billion Chrome browsers out there with WebRTC capabilities, and they clocked one billion WebRTC audio and video minutes per week last year. …

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  • Chad Hart

    TADSummit Lisbon 2016

    Last month was an eventful one for many people and the Voxbone team was no exception! This year’s TADSummit, an initiative to build an open global ecosystem that helps businesses and developers use telecom capabilities in their apps and services, was held last month in Lisbon. We took a team of …

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  • Chad Hart

    Who needs Interop when you have Web APIs

    We have been working on a few new API offerings at The Workshop this month, which has got me thinking about the shift to communications APIs in general. There is one thing I have not had to think much about - API interoperability. Historically, interoperability has been one of telecom’s biggest …

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  • Chad Hart

    Should you use WebRTC?

    Last week I attended ClueCon, which is a show focused on the FreeSwitch and open source telephony communities. I was happy to see WebRTC was a major topic, but surprised to find there was a lot of hesitancy around actually using WebRTC in production. I decided to focus my talk on exploring some of …

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  • Chad Hart

    WebRTC: How to Hit a Moving Target

    The WebRTC world doesn’t work in quite the same way as the traditional telephony world. In the classic telecom world, vendors and operators get together, develop specs and then build products to meet those specs. If someone doesn’t follow the spec and causes an interop problem then it is on them to …

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  • Luis Borges Quina

    You down with Ott(spott)? Getting Creative with APIs

    Depending on how you look at it, startups have the luxury (or curse?) of having to get creative when it comes to otherwise standard business practices. Take telephone systems, for example. Where an enterprise might have an established international telecoms network, a startup may have freelancers or …

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