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Unlimited Connections. Unlimited Bandwidth. Every Feature. For 30 Days.
Get started with the Temasys Skylink Platform free for 30 days. You get full access to every feature of the Platform. That means unlimited peer connections and unlimited bandwidth so you can add real-time communication features to your mobile apps and websites at no charge whatsoever, including interactive video, voice calling, text chat, file sharing, screensharing and recording.
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If you do not choose a Plan, you will automatically be downgraded to a post-trial free plan with very limited functionality. You can still upgrade to the Basic Pro or Pro Plan anytime after your trial expires.
What Are Peer Connections?
Peer Connections are counted by the number of unique peer ids that are created in a session. For each participant in a room, a unique peer id is generated.
So for example, two people talking on a video call for any length of time would be measured as 2 peer connections
What is a TURN Server?
TURN Servers are used when a peer connection needs a supplemental service to punch through specific types of firewalls or restricted networks. Acting as a last option for finding how peers connect to each other, TURN gets through these obstacles by relaying the media. TURN greatly improves connection success rates on a global scale. Learn more about Temasys TURN.
What is the SFU/MCU?
A Selective Forwarding Unit (SFU) is a service for optimizing the number of streams sent in a room by forwarding media to a central server. This server can then smartly route and multiplex those media streams between users in a call. This decreases bandwidth required for multi-party calls and the amount of load on client software. The SFU/MCU is also a required to be turned on when recording sessions. Learn more about Temasys SFU/MCU.