The Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) use cases are already generating large amounts of data on the edge - on mobile devices, buildings, farms, etc.
According to a recent survey by Frost & Sullivan , by 2022, 90% of industries will use cutting-edge computing and, with the advancement of 5G implementation, we will see so much data generated at the edge that transporting it to centralized processing centers will no longer do in terms of network performance or cost.
5G will also be the foundation of smart cities, autonomous vehicles, major advances in industry and logistics, and more. This will lead to exponential growth in machine-to-machine (M2M) communication.
WebRTC can work Peer-to-Peer and Peer-to-Server, where in the role of a feast, usually acts as a browser or mobile application. In this article, we'll show you how WebRTC works in Server-to-Server mode, what it does and how it works.