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What do radio stations have to do with WebRTC? A couple of things: https://bloggeek.me/webrtc-p2p-cdn-radio/
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A post I've written for NoJitter, discussing the evidence that WebRTC is ready for primetime: http://ubm.io/1DAGbzq
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A short summary (and slides) from Kranky Geek WebRTC developer event in Londaon: http://bit.ly/1djwNuV
Slide decks from our recent Kranky Geek WebRTC event for developers in London.
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My thoughts on Atlassian's acquisition of Jitsi - where it fits in the WebRTC ecosystem: http://bit.ly/1OF2HNX
Blue Jimp (and Jisti) got acquired by Atlassian for their HipChat service. This was all about WebRTC multiparty video calling capabilities.
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Someone said WebRTC on WebKit is good for set top boxes. It might, but there are bigger challenges here: http://bit.ly/1aNrQZx
Time for another controversial post. You may have seen the comments in my WebRTC in WebKit post. Some of them refer to set top boxes using WebKit as a good reason for pushing WebRTC into them. I am not so sure it makes sense. Let me tell you a story that is abount 10 years …
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QUIC just made headlines as Google becomes serious in standardizing it. Where and how does it fit into WebRTC exactly? http://bit.ly/1aJZiQC
QUIC may replace SCTP in the future in WebRTC. Here's why this is important and what you can expect.
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A post I've written for NoJitter, discussing the evidence that WebRTC is ready for primetime: http://ubm.io/1DAGbzq
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The discussions recently about a post I wrote on an acquisition of an open source developer team got me to write this one - a quick overview of the different open source licenses from the perspective of the business who ends up adopting such modules: http://bit.ly/1DGboSQ
Open source licenses are tough. When you decide to use an open source module, you need to first ask yourself if its license is suitable for your business.
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Where in the GPL does it say you have to contribute back to the project?
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A short summary (and slides) from Kranky Geek WebRTC developer event in Londaon: http://bit.ly/1djwNuV
Slide decks from our recent Kranky Geek WebRTC event for developers in London.
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My thoughts on Atlassian's acquisition of Jitsi - where it fits in the WebRTC ecosystem: http://bit.ly/1OF2HNX
Blue Jimp (and Jisti) got acquired by Atlassian for their HipChat service. This was all about WebRTC multiparty video calling capabilities.
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Very interesting acquisition. While Slack has enough on their plate in the midst of a hyper-growth phase, I wonder if they were looking at Jitsi as well. Would have been a good fit.
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Someone said WebRTC on WebKit is good for set top boxes. It might, but there are bigger challenges here: http://bit.ly/1aNrQZx
Time for another controversial post. You may have seen the comments in my WebRTC in WebKit post. Some of them refer to set top boxes using WebKit as a good reason for pushing WebRTC into them. I am not so sure it makes sense. Let me tell you a story that is abount 10 years …
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QUIC just made headlines as Google becomes serious in standardizing it. Where and how does it fit into WebRTC exactly? http://bit.ly/1aJZiQC
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  • Independent Consultant
    2013 - present
    Consulting companies about WebRTC and VoIP in areas of software architecture and strategy.
  • Amdocs
    Director, Product Management, 2012 - present
  • RADVISION
    CTO, TBU, 2010 - 2012
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צחי לונט-לוי
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Bridging technology and business strategies in telecommunications
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My name is Tsahi Levent-Levi and I am an independent consultant. I also work part time as a Product Manager at Amdocs.

During the past decade I have worked at RADVISION, taking part in the development of various VoIP and 3G projects as a programmer, manager and marketer. This included developing the 3G-324M protocol stacks from scratch, as well as managing the team that was in charge of developing and maintaining the H.323 protocol stack. In addition to my work at RADVISION, I have an MSc in Computer Science and an MBA degree with a focus in Entrepreneurship and Strategy.  I have also been granted two patents related to 3G-324M call optimizations. Additionally, I act as the chairman of the IMTC IMS Activity Group, which focuses on interoperability issues relating to IMS client. I am also an active participant in other international organizations dealing with standardization and interoperability in the video conferencing industry such as the 3GPP, ITU and GCF. Currently I am taking part in developing an innovative video client project being developed by RADVISION.

I am blogging a lot about WebRTC, VoIP and my industry in numerous places.

When I am not working and blogging I enjoy playing with my two great kids, developing new culinary innovations in my suburban Tel Aviv kitchen, and practicing Argentinean Tango with my lovely wife.
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I have started working with Xilium by a referral from a friend half a year ago, and have been moving more and more of my HTML and Wordpress work needs to them. The Xilium team is great. They are timely, professional and courteous in all of their dealings with me. I tend to think of them as an extension of my own business and an enabler to my success.
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