I started this blog in 2006, at a time I was involved in the open source development of SIP Express Router and iptel.org. Back in 2007, I was quite optimistic about SIP and Web 2.0 technologies and how I expected innovation to happen with these two sets of protocols. Fast forward nine(!) years, and I can conclude that I was too optimistic :-) SIP and Web 2.0 technologies did … [Read more...] about Renaming Sipstuff to …just Stuff!
Have you heard about TIP, the TelePresence Interoperability Protocol? What about the working group CLUE @ IETF? If not, you have for sure heard about SVC, right? If you have been exposed to the video conferencing/telepresence industry, you have probably also heard about how switching technology is turning the old MCU video conferencing approach upside down. And add to that the … [Read more...] about What is the fuzz about multiple video streams when I struggle with one?
At the recent IETF meeting in Prague, one of the hot areas was the RTCWEB stuff. The short explanation (Real-Time Communication over the web) is that the browser should become a full audio/video client. The browser needs to get access to hardware and OS resources so a full, high-quality video client can run live inside the browser. This is of course something that Google … [Read more...] about RTCWEB initiative @ IETF – video client in the browser, what’s the deal?