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The State of WebRTC
January 2015
Tsahi
Levent-Levi
13/1/2015 2
WebRTC offers real time communication
natively from a web browser
WebRTC is a media engine with JavaScript
APIs
13/1/2015 3
WebRTC is a Technology
not a Solution
TheBusyBrain
Which WebRTC?
13/1/2015 4
WebRTC is both an open source project and a standard specification
webrtc.org
• The open source ...
5
2013
2012
May 2011: WebRTC Announced
Google releases WebRTC source code for
the first time under a permissive BSD
licens...
6
2014
Oct 2013: Opera 18 Beta intros WebRTC
First Opera release based on Chromium,
providing immediate WebRTC support
Feb...
7
2014
Oct 2013: Opera 18 Beta intros WebRTC
First Opera release based on Chromium,
providing immediate WebRTC support
Feb...
ORTC
• Object RTC
• Aka – WebRTC 1.1
• Or – Microsoft’s way of joining the party
13/1/2015 8
Mandatory video codec
• VP8 or H.264?
• Both…
• The real game is VP9 vs H.265
13/1/2015 9
Notables in 2014
Unified Communications
10
Cisco
• Cisco’s Project Squared
• A WebEx “project”
Reimagine business
collaboration
11
Siemens
• The “new” Siemens
• Officially launched
Unified Communications
12
Microsoft
• Skype for Web beta
• Skype for Business (Lync)
Adoption of WebRTC by one of
the largest VoIP OTT players,
and ...
Notables in 2014
Redefining Voice
14
Switch
• Adding voice to Google Apps
• /Craig Walker
• Grand Central
• UberConference
Seamless integration with
directory ...
Talko
• Group comms
• /Ray Ozzie
• Lotus notes creator
• Microsoft CTO
Seamless transitions from live
to recorded voice
16
Wire
• A better Skype
• /Janus Friis
• Skype co-founder
• /Jonathan Christensen
• GM @Skype
UX minimalism and focus
17
Notables in 2014
WebRTC PaaS
18
Our WebRTC PaaS players, a year ago
19
AddLive acquired by SnapChat
Taken off market
20
Crocodile RCS acquired byAscision
Morphs into Forge
21
Rebtel spins out Sinch
22
ooVoo announces a dev platform
23
Requestec acquired by Blackboard
24
Taken off market
Genband announces Kandy
25
Weemo rebrands to SightCall
26
Digium launches Respoke
27
Bistri refocuses on developers
28
vLine closes developer program
29
What will 2015 bring?
30
Need more?
31
https://bloggeek.me/reports/
About Me
• Too many years in the telecom industry. Mainly VoIP
• Developer, Product Manager, CTO
• Had my share of standar...
Thank You!
Tsahi Levent-Levi
http://bloggeek.me
tsahil@bloggeek.me
13/1/2015 33
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The webinar I presented via BrightTALK about the state of WebRTC: https://www.brighttalk.com/r/RT3

2014 had been a busy year for WebRTC. We've seen the mandatory video codec discussion come to closure, Microsoft coming into the fold and the launch of high profile startups such as Talko and Wire.
In this session, Tsahi Levent-Levi will cover the progress and changes we've seen throughout 2014, giving glimpses to what can be expected in 2015 from WebRTC.

The session will cover:
- Browser support of WebRTC
- ORTC & WebRTC, Video MTI codec
- Unified Communications and WebRTC
- The rise of mobile WebRTC services
- The rapid changes in the WebRTC PaaS market

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  1. 1. The State of WebRTC January 2015 Tsahi Levent-Levi
  2. 2. 13/1/2015 2 WebRTC offers real time communication natively from a web browser WebRTC is a media engine with JavaScript APIs
  3. 3. 13/1/2015 3 WebRTC is a Technology not a Solution TheBusyBrain
  4. 4. Which WebRTC? 13/1/2015 4 WebRTC is both an open source project and a standard specification webrtc.org • The open source project • Holds an implementation of the WebRTC specification • Can be used by anyone for anything And also openWebRTC.io WebRTC 1.0 • The standard specification • Not yet completed • Handled by the IETF and W3C
  5. 5. 5 2013 2012 May 2011: WebRTC Announced Google releases WebRTC source code for the first time under a permissive BSD license Nov 2011: Chrome 23 adds WebRTC No optional flag is required. Data channel capabilities not supported Jan 2013: Firefox 20 adds WebRTC First release of Firefox supporting WebRTC. Comes with GetUserMedia support only, which gives access to the local camera Feb 2013: Interoperability Initial interoperability between Chrome and Firefox browsers achieved. This is still early on in the process, so things still don't work as expected, but this is an indication of things to come Jun 2013: Firefox 22 released First Firefox release that officially supports the ability to make video calls as well as use the Data channel API Jul 2013: Chrome for Android Beta with WebRTC The beta version of Chrome 29 on Android supports WebRTCAug 2013: Chrome for Android Chrome 29 for Android now fully supports WebRTC Sep 2013: Firefox for Android supports WebRTC The beta version of Chrome 29 on Android supports WebRTC Source:
  6. 6. 6 2014 Oct 2013: Opera 18 Beta intros WebRTC First Opera release based on Chromium, providing immediate WebRTC support Feb 2014: Opera for Android Beta with WebRTC First Android release for Opera supports WebRTCMar 2014: Opera for Android with WebRTC Opera 20 for Android has WebRTC in GA Source: Oct 2014: Microsoft announced ORTC support Microsoft officially announced plans to support ORTC (WebRTC 1.1) in a future release of Internet Explorer May 2014: Microsoft promises to support GUM Microsoft indicates in its IE status page that it plans to support GetUserMedia APIs in its next version of Internet Explorer
  7. 7. 7 2014 Oct 2013: Opera 18 Beta intros WebRTC First Opera release based on Chromium, providing immediate WebRTC support Feb 2014: Opera for Android Beta with WebRTC First Android release for Opera supports WebRTCMar 2014: Opera for Android with WebRTC Opera 20 for Android has WebRTC in GA Source: Oct 2014: Microsoft announced ORTC support Microsoft officially announced plans to support ORTC (WebRTC 1.1) in a future release of Internet Explorer May 2014: Microsoft promises to support GUM Microsoft indicates in its IE status page that it plans to support GetUserMedia APIs in its next version of Internet Explorer 2015
  8. 8. ORTC • Object RTC • Aka – WebRTC 1.1 • Or – Microsoft’s way of joining the party 13/1/2015 8
  9. 9. Mandatory video codec • VP8 or H.264? • Both… • The real game is VP9 vs H.265 13/1/2015 9
  10. 10. Notables in 2014 Unified Communications 10
  11. 11. Cisco • Cisco’s Project Squared • A WebEx “project” Reimagine business collaboration 11
  12. 12. Siemens • The “new” Siemens • Officially launched Unified Communications 12
  13. 13. Microsoft • Skype for Web beta • Skype for Business (Lync) Adoption of WebRTC by one of the largest VoIP OTT players, and by Microsoft 13
  14. 14. Notables in 2014 Redefining Voice 14
  15. 15. Switch • Adding voice to Google Apps • /Craig Walker • Grand Central • UberConference Seamless integration with directory services, social networks and email 15
  16. 16. Talko • Group comms • /Ray Ozzie • Lotus notes creator • Microsoft CTO Seamless transitions from live to recorded voice 16
  17. 17. Wire • A better Skype • /Janus Friis • Skype co-founder • /Jonathan Christensen • GM @Skype UX minimalism and focus 17
  18. 18. Notables in 2014 WebRTC PaaS 18
  19. 19. Our WebRTC PaaS players, a year ago 19
  20. 20. AddLive acquired by SnapChat Taken off market 20
  21. 21. Crocodile RCS acquired byAscision Morphs into Forge 21
  22. 22. Rebtel spins out Sinch 22
  23. 23. ooVoo announces a dev platform 23
  24. 24. Requestec acquired by Blackboard 24 Taken off market
  25. 25. Genband announces Kandy 25
  26. 26. Weemo rebrands to SightCall 26
  27. 27. Digium launches Respoke 27
  28. 28. Bistri refocuses on developers 28
  29. 29. vLine closes developer program 29
  30. 30. What will 2015 bring? 30
  31. 31. Need more? 31 https://bloggeek.me/reports/
  32. 32. About Me • Too many years in the telecom industry. Mainly VoIP • Developer, Product Manager, CTO • Had my share of standardization and patents • Write about WebRTC and other topics • Published multiple WebRTC reports • Consulting 13/1/2015 32 Tsahi Levent-Levi tsahil@bloggeek.me @tsahil
  33. 33. Thank You! Tsahi Levent-Levi http://bloggeek.me tsahil@bloggeek.me 13/1/2015 33

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