The Impact of Your Network on User Interactivity

The internet was created to enable data transmission across the globe, irrespective of the technology being used, or if there are any global disasters. It has been designed to be dependable despite these issues. However, as the development and expansion continue, it faces an increased demand for higher data volumes while still upholding its reliability standards. To illustrate this point in a better way; real-time applications are quite popular on the web these days. This requires a steady connection with minimal lag time to ensure users don’t experience a lot of disruption or delay when using them.

What Are the Objectives of a Company Using WebRTC in Their Application?

When using WebRTC, it is important to consider three factors:


It is essential to understand the functioning of WebRTC to know what impacts latency. To ensure the best user experience while using your application, it is crucial to optimise server pairings. This requires a lot of development time. As your user base increases, this data may become outdated, due to users in different parts of the world connecting. Instead, by outsourcing the self-managing process, that extra time could be used for business logic and an experienced network can manage these connections optimally. GlobalTURN eliminates traffic bottlenecks which are common sources of delay when using RTC technology thereby making even turn-based connections seem like peer-to-peer ones.

2. Communications Security

Building upon what has already been established, it is clear that there are numerous points of vulnerability in the communication channel, making both individual peers and the entire network susceptible to attack. Subspace offers superior security for infrastructure against Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attacks by masking the peers’ IP Addresses and evaluating traffic by way of anomaly detection algorithms. This level of security does not come with a major performance hit, thanks to Subspace’s optimised routing algorithms. They work on all seven layers of the OSI model – from physical infrastructure to the application layer.

3. Infrastructure Maintenance Cost

The configuration of the aforementioned servers is vital to have a successful setup. This must be kept in mind as your organisation grows and requires more capacity. It can be tough to understand the correct balance and placement for these servers; however, it is necessary for optimal application performance. By utilising PacketAccelerator, SIPTeleport, and GlobalTURN, the responsibility of maintenance can be diverted away from your team while being reassured that the application is functioning at its most efficient level.

The article was authored by Bahaa Al Zubaidi and has been published by the editorial board of the Identity Herald. For more information please visit www.techdomainnews.com.

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