April 03, 2017
Today, Olivier Crête, libnice maintainer and Collabora Multimedia Lead, announced the availability of libnice 0.1.14, the latest release of the NAT traversal library implementing the RFC for Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE). ICE is a key part of the WebRTC standard and libnice is used by many WebRTC implementations such as OpenWebRTC, Kurento and Janus.
Started by Collabora engineers in 2006, libnice is an implementation of the IETF's Interactive Connectivity Establishment (ICE) standard (RFC 5245). It provides a GLib-based library, libnice and a Glib-free library, libstun as well as GStreamer elements. Refer to the libnice project wiki page for more information.
Libnice 0.1.14, the culmination of a years' work, comes with a number of key changes, including improved RFC compliance, split verbose logs into seperation options, the use of GnuTLS for hash functions, the implementation of NewReno in PseudoTCP, as well as a number of bug fixes. The libnice team has already started on the next release which will feature even greater adherence to the RFC.
Click here to download libnice from the git repository. Many thanks to the entire libnice team for their hard work, including Philip Withnall, Jakub Adam and Fabrice Bellet.
Collabora has been deploying libnice into real world applications for over 10 years and can help you ensure that your applications work smoothly in real world scenarios. Learn more about how Collabora's engineering team can help you integrate and test libnice for your device or application.
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