Experimental Performance Evaluation of WebRTC Video Services over Mobile Networks
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With the rapid growing market for smartphones, and user’s confidence for immediate access to high-quality multimedia content, the delivery of video over wireless networks has become a big challenge. WebRTC is a new and evolving standard that has been developed specifically to meet this demand and enable a high-quality experience for mobile users of real time communication services. However, little systematic experimental studies have been carried out so far to assess the service experienced by users in a realistic mobile setting. In this work, we describe measurements collected from a WebRTC implementation operated from real mobile nodes within the pan-European MONROE platform. Using data from application and network, in different wireless environments, we experimentally investigate and compare the performance of WebRTC for static and mobile cellular users of several networks across Europe.