A blog post by @AmirZmora at BlogGeek.me (@Tsahil) talking about WebRTC GWs as a kind of expected move yet a required one. Having said that, going for this as the only move into the WebRTC world is not enough.
An interesting review of WebRTC, current standard status and browser support. This post does relate to the revolution WebRTC brings to communications and specifically to the relationship between businesses and their customers (B2C), changing buying habits, enabling direct video communication between the potential buyer and the business. The missing part in this review of WebRTC revolution is the opportunity it brings allowing any Web developers with no VoIP knowladge to embed real-time voice and video communications into Websites and applications opening the door for new inovative services and not just for an enhancement of B2C communications.
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Amir Zmora's insight:
This acquisition is evidence to the value of WebRTC as a technology trend that will make business communications and social for businesses reachable and affordable for all.
There are many resources on the Web for learning more about WebRTC. This blog post gives you the highlights, you can find much more information and opinions about WebRTC on this blog [and the blogger is a good friend of mine :)]. I suggest you simply register for www.bloggeek.me to get those updates.
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