With WebRTC World this week in Atlanta, a flurry of news is coming out today and likely through the week.
Here are some of them...so far seem to be on the track of interoperability between the old and the new, which is a key component for today and the near term, with the SIP trunking efforts from FreeSwitch and Flowroute being the most "make it work now" of the bunch from today.
AudioCodes announced OPUS support for its 400HD series of IP phones. With this enhancement, AudioCodes can facilitate HD real-time communication between WebRTC services and SIP-based Contact Centers and Unified Communications (UC) solutions.
Client Flowroute and Freeswitch are working together to enable SIP trunking to work freely with WebRTC. Flowroute's SIP trunking service means there will be true interoperability between WebRTC endpoints, and the most widely used of all telephony networks, the PSTN.
Radisys announced new voice processing technology to help make sure calls sound and look correct between mobile, WebRTC and the PSTN. They seem to be working at the media layer to insure interoperabolity.