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dc.contributor.authorKarnati, Nagarjuna
dc.contributor.authorHash, Larry; Adviser
dc.descriptionApproved and recommended for acceptance as a project in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Telecommunications.en_US
dc.description.abstractWeb real-time communication (WebRTC) is the latest technology standard which enables web browsers to communicate directly without having to install any internal or external plug-ins. WebRTC fills a critical gap in the web platform where a native proprietary app like Skype could do something which is media communication that World Wide Web just couldn’t. Now, this can be done form web using WebRTC technology. This paper starts with a brief introduction of WebRTC and how it got started. Moving on, it provides information about the WebRTC technical goals, architecture and protocols involved. This paper highlights the network address translation (NAT) traversal where STUN, TURN and ICE protocols are involved. Also, this paper highlights about the peer to peer to media flows with reference to WebRTC protocol stack and application program interface (API). In the end, this paper discusses about implemented security features, tools available for WebRTC development and provides enterprise use cases.en_US
dc.subjectWeb real-time communicationen_US
dc.subjectpeer to peer mediaen_US
dc.subjectnetwork address translationen_US
dc.titleTechnology Case Study on Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC)en_US
dc.description.institutionSUNY Polytechnic Institute

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