Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

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Building a WebRTC gateway

Hacking with WebRTC native API


Using WebRTC on the server side for bridging calls to traditional VoIP. (including transcoding)

After experimenting and reaching the stage where we can send and receive samples from a native app running on a server we have reached the point where this seems feasible without forking using a webRTC audio device module.

We can already demo the work in progress and given our high expertise in MediaStreamer2/oRTP it should not be very hard to reach a working proof of concept before Fosdem 2018.

The signaling gateway part will be rudimentary and could be replaced by Kamailio or anything else later.

Using WebRTC on the server side for bridging calls to traditional VoIP. (including transcoding)

After experimenting and reaching the stage where we can send and receive samples from a native app running on a server we have reached the point where this seems feasible without forking using a webRTC audio device module.

We can already demo the work in progress and given our high expertise in MediaStreamer2/oRTP it should not be very hard to reach a working proof of concept before Fosdem 2018.

The signaling gateway part will be rudimentary and could be replaced by Kamailio or anything else later.

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Photo of Julien Chavanton Julien Chavanton

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