We have created the Open WebRTC Toolkit (OWT) project on GitHub, to help accelerate real-time video communication applications for developers. OWT is comprised of OWT client SDKs and OWT Server. At this time, we're announcing that the OWT Client SDKs are open sourced. The open sourced OWT server is planned to be released in Q1 of 2019.
The OWT Client SDKs allow development of real-time communication applications include:
- Android* applications using the client SDK for Android
- iOS* applications using the client SDK for iOS
- Windows* applications using the client SDK for Windows
- Linux* applications using the client SDK for Linux
The OWT Client SDKs are compatible with Intel® Collaboration Suite for WebRTC (Intel® CS for WebRTC) Conference Server v4.1.
OWT has benefited from customer feedback since the initial release of Intel CS for WebRTC in 2014. Following years of intense feedback and additional development as a full product, we are excited to introduce it as a very solid open source project ready for use and public participation.
Please note that Intel® CS for WebRTC will remain as the Intel distribution of OWT.
Download the source of OWT Client SDK (GitHub), provide your feedback, and contribute!
SPEEDING TOWARD 2019 - JOIN US!
In 2019, OWT will be fully open sourced, which we hope will encourage more developers to join us and contribute to the OWT community.
Let's work together to build a better real-time streaming experience!
We are glad to know that OMS client SDK is released as open source. Could you please clarify whether Intel CS for WebRTC and this OMS client SDK both are same or diffrent?