Ericsson has recently been able to demonstrate successful interop between independent WebRTC implementations that use different H.264 video codec implementations.. The test was done between a Bowser using the hardware accelerated H.264 (decoder) API exposed by iOS 8
About Bodil Josefsson
Bodil has more than 25 years of experience from the telecommunications field, both from an operator and a vendor side.
Bodil holds a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Linköping Institute of Technology from 1987.
Her professional life started with a few years at the Swedish operator Telia focusing on sales towards large accounts, followed by one year at the Swedish embassy in Paris, monitoring the development within telecommunication, IT and electronics in France.
In 1991, Bodil joined Ericsson. The first positions were within product management for transmission, but in 1993 she moved into mobile communications. Bodil has held various positions within sales and business management, as well as been driving company-wide programs.
Between 2005 and 2010, Bodil was stationed abroad, first in Portugal and later in South Africa as Key Account Manager for accounts in a number of African countries, such as Guinea, Madagascar and Lesotho.
Since 2011, Bodil is based at Ericsson headquarters in Stockholm, holding a role within Customer Business Development. Main strategic discussions with customers center around the future for operators within Communication Services. Service Exposure and the role of web communication and webRTC are central topics within such discussions.
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Ever since releasing Bowser, the world’s first mobile WebRTC browser, to the public in 2012 Ericsson has been asked to share our implementation. Today it’s happening! Today, Ericsson is not only releasing Bowser as free and Open Source but also the underlying cross-platform WebRTC framework called OpenWebRTC. Bowser is currently the only WebRTC browser on iOS.