SIP Interface adds support for international regions

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We’re excited to share that SIP Interface now supports international regions, including North America (Virginia, Oregon), Europe (Ireland), Asia Pacific (Tokyo, Singapore, Sydney), and South America (São Paulo). This means that when you send SIP to Twilio, or receive SIP from Twilio, you can specify the region that’s closest to the location of your communications infrastructure to ensure the best quality of service. Sending SIP to… Read More

Announcing Voice Insights for Carrier Calls

Twilio Voice Insights for Carrier Calls

Monitor call quality of the carrier leg of Twilio calls. Pricing starts at $0.0025/min. Volume discounts available. Now available in public beta. Last fall, we introduced Voice Insights to help you monitor the quality of WebRTC calls in your Twilio Client-powered apps. With real-time metrics on WebRTC calls, issues that once took days of back-and-forth with your customers and ISPs can now be diagnosed in seconds… Read More

Voice Insights for Chrome gets a facelift

Voice Insights is an analytics tool that provides you with actionable insights into metrics that affect call quality in real time, even when a call is in progress. We are excited to announce the latest updates to Voice Insights based on your fantastic feedback. We enhanced our Voice Insights dashboards to let you easily track and understand your end users’ experience with Twilio. Sitting behind these… Read More

Announcing Voice Insights for WebRTC

Today, we’re excited to introduce Voice Insights, available in Beta for Twilio Client’s Javascript SDK v1.3 or later. As the name implies, Voice Insights gives you detailed metrics on all the changing network and device conditions that can affect WebRTC call quality. And because it’s API accessible, your application can use this data to actually improve the experience of live calls within desktop and mobile browsers. You turn… Read More

Welcome Kurento WebRTC team to Twilio

Kurento WebRTC media server team joins Twilio

The Twilio family is growing: The team behind Kurento Media Server is joining Twilio. Based in Madrid, Spain, the Kurento team has quickly made their project the reference media server stack for WebRTC media processing on the Internet. Racking up over 20,000 downloads over the past twelve months and spawning more than 200 projects on GitHub, Kurento’s modular architecture and developer ethos make a perfect fit to… Read More

Whisbi Builds A Better Customer Engagement Experience With WebRTC and Twilio

Imagine your dream car. Now imagine you’re in the stereotypical car commercial, whipping down a windy mountain road. What color is the car? What type of upholstery did you choose? Did you go for the upgraded navigation system? Instead of managing those variables in your head, Whisbi lets you do that on screen, with a salesperson on the line to help you make your choice. Whisbi… Read More

Getting started with Web Components building a Video Chat widget

Component based UI libraries are a popular way of building modern applications. Angular and React are the heavyweights at the moment, but the humble browser and its native APIs are never far behind. Web Components were first introduced in 2011 and are the browsers’ attempt to bring componentisation to the web platform. There are a few libraries available for writing Web Components, most notably Google’s Polymer, but also X-Tag and Bosonic. To… Read More

How to use a WebRTC PeerConnection in a Twilio Video Conversation

Twilio Video simplifies building multi-person video chat applications and minimizes complicated WebRTC boilerplate. However having access to the underlying WebRTC objects can be advantageous and is sometimes necessary. The RTCPeerConnection is the main object behind a Twilio Video conversation, which you can access and use in just a couple of lines of code. Setting up a Twilio Video application If you already have a Twilio Video application built,… Read More

Getting Started with the Twilio Video JavaScript SDK

The code in this is currently outdated because our Video SDK was in BETA and has updated since the writing of this blog post. Check out this tutorial instead if you want help using Twilio video. Twilio Video simplifies building multi-person video chat applications and minimizes complicated WebRTC boilerplate. The Twilio docs have a thorough quickstart which will assist you in creating a production ready Video application, but… Read More