Six things you need to know about WebRTC

New standard for browser-based conferencing could shake up enterprise networks

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WebRTC (Real-Time Communication) a series of designs and guidelines promoted by Google and others through the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and MPEG groups to provide a common stack for audio and video communications directly between two browsers.  

WebRTC (Real-Time Communication) is a series of designs and guidelines promoted by Google and others through the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and MPEG groups to provide a common stack for audio and video communications directly between two browsers.  

It already is a part of the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox and Opera. It will also work with Internet Explorer by using Google’s ChromeFrame plug-in.

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