With 20 vendors offering various types of solutions, the decision process for selecting the right option for one needs is hard
KIRYAT ONO, Israel (PRWEB)
December 07, 2017
BlogGeek.me, the leading authority in WebRTC, today released the 7th edition of a report titled “Choosing a WebRTC API Platform”. This report analyzes the WebRTC Communications Platforms as a Service (CPaaS) market, assisting enterprises in picking the right WebRTC CPaaS vendor for their projects.
WebRTC API Platforms are the cornerstone of many communications enabled services. With 20 vendors offering various types of solutions, the decision process for selecting the right option for one needs is hard. Making the wrong decision can be pricey as it may prevent the enterprise from successfully launching the service it planned thus requiring it to rebuild large parts of the service.
The report features 20 active WebRTC CPaaS vendors, covering all aspects of their platform. From the feature set, through support and business models.
“2017 has been a big year for WebRTC, said Badri Rajasekar, TokBox CTO. “In what many considered a very significant piece of the puzzle, Apple announced support for WebRTC in Safari, finally allowing developers to use WebRTC on any browser platform. At the same time, we’ve seen a surge in adoption of live video communications driven in part by consumer demand. BlogGeek.me’s evaluation of this market is a valuable read for those looking for snapshot of this year’s trends in WebRTC.”
This updated report includes a new tool in the form of a price calculator, allowing enterprises to estimate and compare the price points of the various WebRTC CPaaS vendors. The price calculator includes pricing based on device minutes, subscribed…