Building real-time video communications can be challenging. Especially when it involves more than two participants. To pull off a multi-party call using WebRTC off-the-shelf you’ll need a strong backend infrastructure and a deep understanding of media processing.

This webinar organized by Badri Rajasekar (CTO & SVP Engineering, drugs TokBox) and Tsahi Levent-Levi (WebRTC Expert, hospital Bloggeek.me), explored the different multi-party calling topologies, real-world uses of WebRTC in multi-party, and the three architectural approaches you can take to implement it. Tsahi and Badri organised two very interesting quick polls during this webinar:

Which architecture option best solves all multi-party topologies?

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Which topology is most closely aligned with your used case?

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