How you can use WebRTC and VoIP together?
Today WebRTC is supported by Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Microsoft Edge and by the end of 2017 will be supported by Safari as well. Some predictions suggest that by the end of 2019, 7 billion devices will support WebRTC.
WebRTC is an API not an application and it is expected that it follow a similar path as HTML did with information; making video communications accessible for all. By using it, companies have the opportunity to adopt an enterprise level communication feature with easy collaboration tools, audio, video and more.
With the addition of WebRTC as a new standard it will boost Unified Communications platforms and VoIP will become even more robust, flexible and powerful. WebRTC working along with VoIP is going to transform the world of business communications, ensuring reliable and secure enterprise-class communications even for small companies, its collaboration capability awakens the sense of teamwork among employees as it connects them through online meetings, screen sharing and more.
WebRTC will be integrated in all forms of VoIP, improving web based communications and helping businesses achieve their goals.
Check out some Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about WebRTC.