AT&T
DIGITAL LIFE & U-VERSE APPLICATIONS
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AT&T
DIGITAL LIFE & U-VERSE APPLICATIONS
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PROJECT OVERVIEW

AT&T’s Digital Life home security division and TV provider, U-Verse,  had a few interesting Proof of Concepts requiring the use of  Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC).

Digital Life wanted to perform live, remote monitoring between mobile devices and the customer’s home security system. The live IP Cameras in use were not able to stream live video to the customer’s mobile device. We developed a solution that worked seamlessly with AT&T’s Digital Life central control center installed in the customers’ homes utilizing the capabilities of WebRTC.

Similar to Comcast’s X1 Share app built on their X1 Platform, AT&T U-Verse was looking to develop a solution that allowed live streaming from mobile devices to their set top box using WebRTC. We were faced with a myriad of technical challenges around live streaming integration with their legacy set top boxes including outdated chipsets and media types. To solve this challenge we  built the solution using a muxing server to transcode and stream media to their set top boxes using WebRTC.

KEY WEBRTC FEATURES
  • Native WebRTC libraries used for the mobile apps
  • Muxing server used to transcode streams to set top boxes specifications
  • Peer-to-peer streaming for live monitoring
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PROJECT OVERVIEW

AT&T’s Digital Life home security division and TV provider, U-Verse,  had a few interesting Proof of Concepts requiring the use of  Web Real-Time Communications (WebRTC).

Digital Life wanted to perform live, remote monitoring between mobile devices and the customer’s home security system. The live IP Cameras in use were not able to stream live video to the customer’s mobile device. We developed a solution that worked seamlessly with AT&T’s Digital Life central control center installed in the customers’ homes utilizing the capabilities of WebRTC.

Similar to Comcast’s X1 Share app built on their X1 Platform, AT&T U-Verse was looking to develop a solution that allowed live streaming from mobile devices to their set top box using WebRTC. We were faced with a myriad of technical challenges around live streaming integration with their legacy set top boxes including outdated chipsets and media types. To solve this challenge we  built the solution using a muxing server to transcode and stream media to their set top boxes using WebRTC.

KEY WEBRTC FEATURES
  • Native WebRTC libraries used for the mobile apps
  • Muxing server used to transcode streams to set top boxes specifications
  • Peer-to-peer streaming for live monitoring
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