27 Articles Tagged WebRTC

The Best Conferencing Just Got Better: Meet Avaya Equinox Conferencing 9.1

The Best Conferencing Just Got Better: Meet Avaya Equinox Conferencing 9.1

  • Rob Carmichael
  • February 27, 2018 | Estimated reading time: 2 minutes to read
  • It seems such a short time ago when Avaya launched Equinox Conferencing 9.0, which was the first stage in our evolution of conferencing. We introduced…
Introducing Avaya Equinox™ Conferencing: Hassle-Free Communication | Avaya Blog

Introducing Avaya Equinox™ Conferencing

  • Rob Carmichael
  • February 6, 2017 | Estimated reading time: 3 minutes to read
  • For years Avaya technologies have pioneered new advancements in the conferencing world. Now Avaya Equinox™ Conferencing takes that even further. In the past, Avaya Scopia…

What Our Predicted 2016 Trends Reveal About the Future of Business

  • Laurent Philonenko
  • December 14, 2015 | Estimated reading time: 6 minutes to read
  • At Avaya, we’re always looking forward. When creating a road map for the future of the company and the benefit of our customers, my team…

WebRTC: Winning the Zero Moment of Truth

  • Laura Bassett
  • February 23, 2015 | Estimated reading time: 5 minutes to read
  • Most smartphone users check their phones 150 times a day. This behavior, as well as growing high-speed Internet penetration, have changed how consumers create shopping…

The New Era of Engagement – A Day in Life of an Online Shopper

  • Luke Stangel
  • January 27, 2015 | Estimated reading time: 1 minute to read
  • At the recent Avaya Engages Silicon Valley event, Avaya announced a number of initiatives, including our new engagement strategy, and technologies such as Avaya Engagement…

An Introduction to the Avaya WebRTC Snap-In

  • Andrew Prokop
  • October 22, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 8 minutes to read
  • Over the last several months, I’ve written a number of articles about WebRTC. I discussed encryption, network address translation, signaling, and--over the course of four…

Writing Your First WebRTC Application: Part 3

  • Andrew Prokop
  • September 23, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 6 minutes to read
  • Welcome to part three in my series of “Writing Your First WebRTC Application” articles. Part one described the basic components involved in a WebRTC solution…

Writing Your First WebRTC Application: Part 2

  • Andrew Prokop
  • September 4, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 4 minutes to read
  • Last week I posted the first article in my series on writing your first WebRTC application. In it, I explained the high level aspects of…

Writing Your First WebRTC Application: Part 1

  • Andrew Prokop
  • August 12, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 5 minutes to read
  • This is not the article that I intended to post today. The real article, which is still a work in progress, is a step-by-step approach…

Understanding WebRTC Media Connections: ICE, STUN and TURN

  • Andrew Prokop
  • August 11, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 6 minutes to read
  • In my previous blog article, An Introduction to WebRTC Signaling, I presented the basic flow of two Web browsers exchanging SDP through a signaling server.…

Introduction to WebRTC Signaling

  • Andrew Prokop
  • August 7, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 3 minutes to read
  • There is something you need to know about me. When I get excited about something, I tend to get really excited. Case in point is…

An Introduction to the Opus Codec

  • Andrew Prokop
  • July 15, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 4 minutes to read
  • This is my third article on audio codecs. The first two covered the common codecs such as G.711 and G.729, along with the relative newcomers…

A WebRTC Security Primer

  • Andrew Prokop
  • July 15, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 3 minutes to read
  • There are a number of reoccurring themes in my blog articles and security is near the top of the playlist. If you’ve been a long…

WebRTC: What It Is, and Why It's Coming to a Browser Near You Soon

  • Andrew Prokop
  • June 23, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 6 minutes to read
  • I have been working in the field of communications for a long time, and have witnessed many significant changes over the years. Some ideas, like…

The Office isn’t Dead; Just Evolving

  • Luke Stangel
  • May 1, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 4 minutes to read
  • Is the office as we know it heading towards a slow extinction, or is it an opportunity for a new “frontier” of advancements in technology…

Enterprise Connect 2014: Val Matula on How Video Will Change Contact Centers Forever

  • Luke Stangel
  • March 19, 2014 | Estimated reading time: 9 minutes to read
  • WebRTC is new, hot, and not terribly well-understood by many. Thankfully, Val Matula, Avaya’s Senior Director of Multimedia Technologies, knows the ins-and-outs, where it came…