Bistri joins W3C
Bistri has officially become a W3C Member to support open Web standards and contribute to the Web Real-Time Communications Working Group.
Two years ago, when the first drafts of the WebRTC and RTCWeb were written at the W3C and the IETF, we had the vision of a service that would be as simple as a click on a link, without any piece of software to install, respecting open and standards network protocol and codecs.
In June 2012, thanks to the Google implementation of WebRTC, Bistri provided one of the first service on the web that allows p2p video calls, on a production platform.
To run Bistri, we have experts in :
- JS (knockoutJS, strophe, knockoutJS, Requirejs…)
In 3 months, Bistri reached +225k registered users around the world, 120.000 MAU and 10.000 DAU.
Here is a quick presentation as an introduction :
Aurélien Hiron and our CTO Emmanuel Venisse have recently joined as active members.
We’re looking forward to take part is W3C activities and to contribute to the WebRTC WG, as a first step.