April 25, 2019

COTS vs SDK: 5 Factors to Help you Choose

By Greg Batenburg
It’s an age-old question for any company: should you build your own software application or are you better off buying a pre-packaged commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) solution? Each option has its own allure. One offers speedy deployment whereas the other.…
April 15, 2019

LiveSwitch 1.3 Release - Featuring our New Configuration Console

By Tim Steeves
LiveSwitch 1.3 has now been released and with it, we have added a powerful new configuration console that allows developers and DevOps teams to view and manage their servers, applications and channels from an easy-to-use web application. Our new UI makes.…
April 12, 2019

Frozen Mountain Named a Top Employer for the 2nd Year in a Row!

By Rash Rasoda
Frozen Mountain feels super honoured to be named as one of the winners of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers for 2019. This is our second consecutive year we have been recognized as one of the nation’s best workplaces for our exceptional human resources.…
March 20, 2019

What you Need to Know About WebRTC Security

By Greg Batenburg
It takes trust to place your confidential business information and sensitive conversations into the care of a video conferencing technology. Especially when you hear about security breaches in the news nearly everyday. The recent group FaceTime bug is an.…
March 13, 2019

Open Source vs. Commercial SDK: What Should you use for your Live Video Application?

By Greg Batenburg
Choosing between open source WebRTC code and a commercial SDK for your real time communications project can be difficult. Both are valid options depending on your needs and your organization's comfort level with WebRTC. While it is impossible for one blog to.…
February 07, 2019

WebRTC NAT Traversal Methods: A Case for Embedded TURN

By Tim Steeves
The way we communicate through the internet has changed dramatically. In order to avoid issues with interoperability in peer-to-peer video conferences, developers need to have tools in their arsenal to deal with firewalls and routers used in both home and.…
January 24, 2019

Voice Detection with the Client SDK

By Anton Venema
  Voice detection is an important technique used in audio processing to help detect the presence or absence of human speech.  Being able to monitor and mute inactive speakers has many benefits but primarily it helps:   Reduce background noise for an improved.…
November 20, 2018

Celebrating 10 Years of Excellence in Real-Time Communications [infographic]

By Jerod Venema
Ten years ago, Frozen Mountain was founded with the goal of creating industry leading, enterprise class software that could change the way we interact with the world. Ten years and a ton of innovation later, we are happy to say that that commitment to.…
November 14, 2018

Spatial Audio in VR: Why and How?

By Anton Venema
Virtual Reality is a rapidly emerging technology that has the potential to change the way we interact and communicate with our world and with each other. With the global market for AR and VR expected to exceed $209 billion by 2022, it is no wonder that.…
October 29, 2018

Using WebRTC to Create Multi-Party VR Experiences

By Jerod Venema
The virtual reality industry has recently experienced a shift. What was once viewed as a predominately solo activity-centric experience, has become an avenue for developing rich social connections and collaboration. Developers have realized that virtual.…
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