Ericsson Research has unveiled the world's first experimental WebRTC-enabled browser for mobile devices, called 'Bowser'. This WebRTC allows real-time audio and video communication without any plugin. Presently World Wide Web Consortium and the Internet Engineering Task Force are working hard to develop a standard, interoperable approach for this.
As per Kristofer Dovstam, master researcher at Ericsson Research, "We believe WebRTC is a very important part of future communication solutions in our industry, and are excited to provide developers with the first version of our experimental WebRTC-enabled browser."
Ericsson Research is closely involved in the standardization of WebRTC, and has been developing prototype implementations of the evolving standard for over two years. Developers can finally start experimenting with real-time audio and video functionality in mobile web applications with this new mobile browser.
Ericsson also has solutions that allow WebRTC enabled browsers easily connect to IMS based communication networks. On different mobile application stores this browser is available today free of cost.
Source : Themobileindian