Our goal at AddLive is enable the WebRTC community. When WebRTC started back in 2011, we realised that it was going to be a while before WebRTC was ready in all browsers, and that there were numerous features that we wanted that WebRTC wasn’t going to support.
Fast forward two years and we are now offering our clients easy access to this technology not only in browsers but also in native WebRTC iOS and Android SDKs. We save them time and money, allowing them to focus on their products and their business.
Steve Anderson, a contributing writer for TMCNet, just wrote a post summarizing how we are helping the WebRTC community.
I have added the first paragraph below, the rest you can find at: http://www.webrtcworld.com/topics/webrtc-world/articles/324429-addlive-looks-offer-peace-a-crazy-world-webrtc.htm
With constant movement going on in the Web-based real-time communications (WebRTC) market, it leaves a lot of room open for potential competitors to enter the field and show off just what they can do. The folks at AddLive are looking to not only provide a powerful new solution, but also throw in a little extra information about the idea of WebRTC as a whole, and what forces are impacting this constantly changing market.