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Anton Venema

Anton Venema

As Frozen Mountain’s CTO, Anton is one of the world’s foremost experts on RTC solutions, as well as the technical visionary and prime architect of our products, LiveSwitch Cloud and LiveSwitch Server. Anton is responsible for ensuring that Frozen Mountain’s products exceed the needs of today and predict the needs of tomorrow.

Recent Posts by Anton Venema:

by Anton Venema, on May 10, 2017

IceLink 3 introduces a new media pipeline that is vastly more powerful than its previous iteration from IceLink 2. Both media stacks are rooted in the concept of a local …

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by Anton Venema, on May 04, 2017

What happens when a video call works perfectly in one environment, but degrades rapidly in another? What about an audio call that sounds good most of the time, but occasionally …

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Topics:WebRTC

by Anton Venema, on April 21, 2017

If you’re asking this question, then chances are you either have an existing SIP infrastructure and are looking for a way to interconnect with WebRTC-enabled endpoints, or you have an …

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Topics:WebRTCUse Cases

by Anton Venema, on October 15, 2015

Frozen Mountain Software is pleased to announce that IceLink now supports plug-in-free ORTC-based audio and video streaming for the upcoming Microsoft Edge Browser on Windows 10. “We have always said …

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Topics:Announcements

by Anton Venema, on August 11, 2013

A testimonial from one of our customers who recently developed an application using IceLink and WebSync: The FM libraries have been an extraordinary help to the app I'm working on …

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Topics:WebSync

by Anton Venema, on June 04, 2013

Earlier today, we got an email from a clever developer who has combined IceLink and WebSync on the Unity platform to create a direct P2P text chat. Read about it …

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Topics:WebSync

by Anton Venema, on January 16, 2013

IceLink has always been fundamentally compatible with WebRTC. Since it's initial release, we have developed the peer connection negotiation algorithm to be completely interoperable with the open standard being developed …

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Topics:WebRTC

by Anton Venema, on September 12, 2012

We're on NuGet! Our build process now includes an automatic upload of WebSync and RestEasy packages to the NuGet gallery. Check out the (rather lengthy) list of packages available here: …

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by Anton Venema, on June 22, 2012

As you probably know, WebSync 4 has full support for WebSockets. Not just any WebSockets, either - port 80 WebSockets using IIS! Over the past year or so, several projects …

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by Anton Venema, on June 15, 2012

Both WebSync and RestEasy come packaged with a custom JSON serialization engine called the Serializer (different from the Json class, which wraps calls to .NET's DataContractJsonSerializer). The Serializer allows you …

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