I am new to this forum. Currently, I am working on designing a video conferencing solution. I have experience in working with Google native WebRTC framework and FrozenMountain's IceLink. I spent some time on going through the Intel CS for WebRTC. What I am wondering and what I noticed is there is very very less buzz in the WebRTC world about Intel CS for WebRTC compare with any other framework. Why should I use Intel CS for WebRTC compare with Janus, Jitsi, MediaSoup etc.?
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Thank you very much for your time and reply. I have gone through the Intel CS for WebRTC in-detail. As I explained, I am working on designing a highly scalable, distributed, robust, high-availability (HA), and fault-tolerant video conferencing system. We have a very good engineering team with the expertise in MEAN stack, VoIP/WebRTC, Android, iOS/Swift technologies. We can procure the required hardware also. Please find my below queries:
1) It should not have any limit to number of participants or number of concurrent sessions.
2) Will it supports to deploy all the setup in either AWS or Google cloud?
3) Can we get enough support from Intel forums or Intel? I noticed that there is no quick response in the forum for queries.
4) What I still don't understand is there is very very less buzz in the WebRTC world about Intel CS for WebRTC compare with any other framework, even though it supports very beautiful features. What might be the reason?
5) Does Intel CS for WebRTC development is still active?
6) Can we depend on Intel CS for WebRTC confidently to build our video conferencing product?
Can we do all these with Intel CS for WebRTC?
It would be really great and helpful, if you could answer to all of my queries one-by-one. Your reply would be definitely helpful to take a decision about which framework we have to use.
Thank you, once again.
Hi, Chandramouli, please see my reply:
1) It depends on your deployment environment capabilities, and there is no limit to number of participants or number of concurrent sessions in theory
2) We have tested on AWS, VM and docker
3) We will support general request/issues on forum, if you have special requirement, please contact email@example.com for help
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5) Of course our development is active, we just released 4.1 last month
6) We have several customers' product working well in market AFAIK
Thank you very much for your detailed reply. I will get back to you and the forum, once I am done with the design & architecture of the proposed platform.
Thank you, once gain.