WebRTC API is used by developers to build real-time Web browser-based communication applications, such
as audio/video calling, conferencing, and file sharing.
USP : AT&T’s enhanced API also supports communications
from WebRTC enabled browsers to landlines and mobile numbers, and is also able to add a Caller ID
feature through the use of an end user’s AT&T mobile number. This API is also capable of enabling features
such as the ability to move or transfer a call started on a PC or tablet to a mobile device. AT&T also offers
full developer support along with full-featured SDK and reference server.
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AT&T INC Presence in Web Real-Time Communication Solutions
AT&T considers WebRTC as one of the most disruptive communication technologies and consistently
focuses on utilizing this technology to offer better real-time communication solutions to its customers. For
instance, in January 2015, AT&T launched WebRTC API and SDK which enables peer-to-peer
communications directly between browsers or between a browser and any other WebRTC-enabled device.
With this launch, AT&T became the first US telecom operator to launch commercial support for WebRTC. It
also offered an additional enhancement to the original WebRTC standards, which is expected to help
increase the adoption rate among its customers. In January 2016, AT&T hosted the Developer Summit
Hackathon (U.S.) which invited developers to participate in developing innovative applications based on at
the company’s WebRTC capabilities. This marked another strategic move by AT&T to push the adoption of
WebRTC technology in the market.
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