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After knowing about some great features of WebRTC, I thought of using WebRTC one to one audio/video calls in my web application. The web application is for many organizations/entities of a category who can register and keep recording several records daily for their internal working and about their clients. The clients of these individual organizations/entities also have access to the web application to access their details.

The purpose of using WebRTC is for communication between clients and organizations. Also for daily inquires by new people to these organizations about products and services.

While going through articles on google etc. I found broadcasting or one to many calls requires very high bandwidth to users if we don't make use of Media Server.

So what is the case for one to one calls? Will it affect the performance of web application or bring any critical situation if several users are making audio/video calls(one to one) to each other simultaneously as a routine?

The number of users will be very large and users will be recording daily several entries as their routine work. But still it is manageable and application will be running smoothly but I am not sure about the new concept WebRTC. Will it require a very high hosting plan? Is using WebRTC for current scenario suitable or advisable?

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