What are your Technical Requirements & Supported Browsers?

BroadData Web Meetings is a browser based audio & video platform utilizing WebRTC technology.  BroadData Web Meetings enables you to meet face-to-face from any location and provides a wide range of real time communication tools.

You only need a browser to create a meeting and start communicating with people instantly.  The platform supports: Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Yandex, Microsoft Edge and Internet Explorer (see below for further details).

There are no downloads, no registrations, no plug-ins, no installation and no add-ons are required.  Simply create your room name and URL to start a conference and enjoy seamless meetings with your friends and colleagues.

Technical Requirements

Hardware and software requirements to host events on BroadData Web Meetings

  • 2 GHz dual-core processor or better;
  • 2 GB of RAM (4 GB or more recommended);
  • An operating system such as Windows 7 (Windows 10 recommended), Mac OS 10.13 (the newest version recommended), Linux, Chrome OS, iOS or Android
  • Internet connection 1 Mbps or better (broadband recommended)
  • Speakers and microphone built-in, USB plug-in, Bluetooth wireless or professional broadcasting equipment
  • Camera built-in, USB plug-in or professional camera for broadcasting

Supported Browsers

Desktop PC

  • Google Chrome version 29 or later
  • Safari version 11 or later (no plugin required) – version 9 or later (with plugin)
  • Mozilla Firefox version 45.0 or later
  • Opera version 38.0 or later
  • Yandex version 16
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Internet Explorer version 11 or later

Mobile

Mobile browsers including Safari and Chrome on iOS and Chrome on Android are supported (except for screen sharing feature for which support is coming soon).

Below you can find information about browser versions supported by WebRTC technology.

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About WebRTC

WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communication) is an API definition drafted by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) that supports browser-to-browser applications for voice calling, video calling and P2P file sharing without the need for internal or external plugins.

WebRTC enables any Web server to deliver a unique, real-time communication experience with simplicity and reliability without depending on service providers or other services.

The existence of a common set of accepted standards has fostered its adoption across the industry.