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Cisco H.264 Video Endpoint Calls Firefox Browser via WebRTC

By Doug Mohney
Two companies are losing ground with the latest WebRTC announcements. Apple is on its usual slow-boat to support WebRTC some day, but by the time it gets around to it, Microsoft will once again have locked up the enterprise space. Polycom may have more significant concerns. Cisco has played a leadership role in supporting H.264 for WebRTC and likely has more extensive products and services in the works. Polycom doesn't have a compelling story to tell around WebRTC at this point in time, other than "let's wait until the hype dies down" and "We're working on WebRTC bits and piece within the enterprise."

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