The benefits of a WebRTC solution without all the legwork

Twilio provides the software layer and the server, media relay, and signaling you need to power WebRTC-based applications at scale.

Take advantage of Twilio’s global, elastically scalable platform, with low-latency media relay and intelligent bandwidth optimization. There’s no need to build out the server-side components or worry about costs, because you only pay for what you use. With Twilio WebRTC client and video solutions, you get the full benefits of enterprise-grade insights, security, and reliability.

Why WebRTC

WebRTC is an open source standard that gives you the ability to embed communications into web based applications for a completely customizable experience. Users can join voice or video calls with a click of a button and provide contextual information with integrations directly into your systems of record.

WebRTC for Voice & Video

Building blocks to create more efficient communications integrated into the browser.

Features

Browser abstraction

Let Twilio handle the differences in WebRTC support between browsers so you don’t have to worry about Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge specific API calls.

App server enabled

Create new video rooms or call flows using TwiML to give you flexible control.

Recordings

Encrypt video or call recordings and securely store them in Twilio’s cloud.

Customized voice calls

Use Text-to-Speech and speak text to client callers in 26 languages and accents.

Global conferencing

Build video or audio conferencing solutions that incorporate both browser-based and PSTN calling.

Customer routing choices

Create virtual waiting rooms for your video chats and easily build intelligent call queues for your client users.

The Basics of Twilio Client

Quickly learn the building blocks of the flexible and easy Twilio API.

Demo

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Twilio Client

When you start the phone call, the browser makes a request to Twilio and your server tells Twilio how to route the call to other browsers & devices, or out to the carrier network.

Technical

This call logic relies on a number of TwiML verbs including <Say> to speak audio to the caller and <Gather> to take dialpad input from the user. The browser connects to Twilio through WebRTC and then out to the carrier network.

Benefits

Support for customized experiences

Embed video and voice calling capabilities directly into your web applications. Integrate with your systems of record to provide custom call experiences.

Augmenting existing infrastructure

Companies with existing SIP infrastructure can easily add WebRTC capabilities to that infrastructure by using Twilio as a SIP<>WebRTC "B2BUA", connecting the WebRTC flows on one side to SIP flows on the other. Twilio’s Web client provides the WebRTC capabilities, and all calls are routed to the existing IP infrastructure over a SIP connection.

Hosted PBX

From companies building entire Hosted PBX offerings, to more specialized components of enterprise offerings such as virtual receptionist, companies have built Twilio Web Client into products as the primary phone device for enterprise users, providing total nomadic flexibility and a low cost of entry.

Meet with customers anywhere

Add video to existing customer communication flows to replace or augment in-person meetings.

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