New CU-RTC-Web Prototype from MS Open Tech Demonstrates WebRTC Video Support Without SDP Offer/Answer

Supporting ORCA, a new W3C Community Group for WebRTC Today, Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc., (MS Open Tech) is publishing a new prototype implementation of CU-RTC-Web on HTML5Labs that continues our exploration of alternatives to the SDP Offer/Answer approach. The CU-RTC-Web approach is based on two basic principles: that JavaScript APIs for realtime communications should not…


MS Open Tech publishes HTML5 Labs prototype of a Customizable, Ubiquitous Real Time Communication over the Web API proposal

Prototype with interoperability between Chrome on a Mac and IE10 on Windows From: Martin Thomson Senior Architect, Skype, Microsoft Corp. Bernard Aboba Principal Architect, Lync, Microsoft Corp. Adalberto Foresti Principal Program Manager, Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc. The hard work continues at the W3C WebRTC Working Group where we collectively aim to define a standard for…


Customizable, Ubiquitous Real Time Communication over the Web (CU-RTC-Web)

UPDATE: See our latest W3C WebRTC Working Group blog post on 01-17-2013 https://aka.ms/WebRTCPrototypeBlog describing our new CU-RTC-Web prototype that you can download on HTML5 Labs. From: Matthew Kaufman – Inventor of RTMFP, the most widely used browser-to-browser RTC protocol on the web Principal Architect, Skype, Microsoft Corp. Martin Thomson Senior Architect, Skype, Microsoft Corp. Jonathan Rosenberg…

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