Google just announced that the upcoming release of its Chrome browser, version 48, will have VP9 support for WebRTC. This is an important milestone for WebRTC and Chrome for a number of reasons. To appreciate why, it is useful to look a little bit at the history of video codec support in WebRTC as well Read More
Vidyo recently celebrated its 10-year anniversary. It’s amazing to contrast the range of products that we offer today, and the number of people that we reach every day through our software solutions with the first meetings of the early days. What started off as mere concepts in whiteboards and presentation slides has translated to technology Read More
It seems everybody will be showing up at the WebRTC III Conference and Expo this week. The event has quickly become the premier venue for all things related to WebRTC, and attracts hundreds of people to standing-room-only presentations. It is rare that a technology generates so much interest so early in its development phase. A Read More
A Brighter Future in Video Conferencing: UCI Forum Approves H.264/MPEG-4 Part 10 AVC and Scalable Video Coding (SVC) Modes Specification
Video conferencing technology has vastly improved over the last several years creating new market opportunities and opening a significantly larger addressable market compared with 2-3 years ago. As mentioned in Frost & Sullivan’s 2013 “Best Practices Research Report,” Vidyo has developed a platform that enabled this growth, and has benefited from the innovations it has Read More
Here are some really big news about the ITU, who created a new working group on Telepresence Systems in July as a result of a proposal by the United States; and what that means for the future of Telepresence and videoconferencing.