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It is the easiest way to handle unpredictable traffic peaks while saving your traffic costs. Whether you have a hundred, a thousand or a million users, you can stream to them without having to invest in expensive servers.

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Platform Technology Stack

WebRTC-2-CDN manages connections by constantly monitoring all requests and evaluating the most optimal route for packets. If the highest quality of data transfer can be achieved by interconnecting peers, the request is served from nearby nodes. If the most desirable source is a CDN edge server, the content is fetched from the CDN, thus ensuring high reliability and uptime of the whole solution.

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Why to use it?

Reduced origin load

Cope with huge traffic peaks without expensive servers or network upgrades.

Lowers traffic costs

Reduces your traffic costs even further.

Fixes worldwide peering issues

Not all networks are interconnected optimally. WebRTC goes around that.

Video streaming - app updates - large downloads
Video Streaming App Updates Large Downloads

A typical use-case is a mainstream sport event that can easily generate hundreds of Gbps for just a few hours. Using WebRTC, only a small part of viewers needs to connect to the server. The rest will distribute the content among themselves, leaving the origin / CDN edge server with a fraction of the usual load.

I want to test this on my real traffic!

We expect this solution to be part of CDN77’s product in Q1 / 2017.
We will let you know once we integrate WebRTC-2-CDN to CDN77.

Trial period is free and open for all.

FAQ

WebRTC is a set of protocols that allows for peer-to-peer communication directly between browsers, built on tested technologies like HTML, HTTP and TCP. It can traverse network routing and NAT and was built with audio and video applications in mind as well. You can read more about WebRTC here.

No worries, there is a fallback to a classical Content Delivery Network. You will be connected to the closest CDN edge server seamlessly.

Not at all. There is a buffer so when WebRTC is changing sources of your download, there are no hiccups.

Your connection has probably either a slow upload or high latency and is therefore not suitable for being a P2P upload node. Browsers then prefer to fetch data from different sources.

Yes, partially. Android phones support it on Chrome, Firefox and Opera. We hope to see other browsers and platforms supporting WebRTC as well. We will serve unsupported devices from CDN server directly, so streams and downloads through CDN77 will work for all devices.

No worries here either. We will exclude mobile devices from upload peering.

We will integrate WebRTC seamlessly with CDN77 in Q1 / 2017. You will find it as a feature in your CDN dashboard.

In certain cases, your company or internet provider can apply policies to limit WebRTC. In this case, we serve you the video via CDN as usual.