Why Zoom’s Video SDK is one of the best options for all network scenarios
We created our Video SDK with the aim of making it user-friendly, intuitive and highly customizable, ensuring that both quality and end-user experience are taken into account. With Video SDK, customers around the world can create engaging real-time user experiences using the real-time interaction capabilities that require minimal coding and minimal time to deploy. As our APIs and SDKs have grown in popularity around the world over the past few years, we thought so important To show how our solution compares to four other video SDK providers, we commissioned TestDevLab – one of the leading providers of software quality assurance tools and custom testing tools – to conduct an analysis of each.
The Zoom Video SDK Performance Report contains a number of items, including the following:
Various factors are taken into account to determine the Video SDK quality, e.g. B. the device used uses the network Constraints, Predictability and Repeatability, and Analytics.
An analysis of the results was performed, mainly focusing on performance quality, bandwidth endurance, and CPU and RAM utilization, as well as storage usage being kept low during a period of significant packet loss to measure the overall success of the system
A description of the environment in which the test will take place
Below are some key takeaways.
A look at the overall quality of performance
It is important that the performance of the network is of high quality over a variety of network conditions. The tests in the TestDevLab were conducted with an unlimited network and with monitoring of audio delay, video delay and frame rates. As a result of the study, Zoom was found to have:
Compared to the other four providers, this is the provider with the highest frame rate for video calls
In all network states tested the video Quality was the most consistent. To test all vendors equally, we applied a low bandwidth cap to all vendors equally. First, no bandwidth cap was applied to all providers, then a low bandwidth cap was applied equally to all providers.
Managing resources under non-ideal network conditions
TestDevLab then examined it Endurance from sources in a scenario where 25% of packets were lost during a test. Packet loss can slow network speeds, cause congestion, and disrupt network bandwidth, which can be extremely expensive. There are a number of reasons why packets are dropped, including network congestion, unreliable networks, software bugs, and overloaded equipment.
During testing, Zoom’s Video SDK experienced 25% packet loss, resulting in the following results:
When encountering packet loss and constrained network conditions, this application performs well in conserving bandwidth and minimizing CPU and memory usage.
Intelligent, out-of-the-box management that responds to call quality issues while conserving bandwidth
Hold CPU/RAM usage low
A survey conducted by TestDevLab in Cork, Ireland looked at CPU usage per number of users, CPU usage over time, and memory usage over time. During testing, the Zoom Video SDK was found to consistently use less CPU and memory than other video and audio development tools while maintaining high audio and video performance.
Lower CPU and RAM usage improves the user experience as well as the performance of the applications, Reduce battery life complaints and allow the user to run other applications along with the video call without experiencing performance issues.
Like an engineering team improved Service delivery using Zoom’s Video SDK
Our customers tell us that Zoom’s Video SDK works perfectly and offers the customer a wide range of powerful features. Founded in 2017, TaskHuman’s mission is to organize the world’s human expertise and make it instantly accessible through 1:1 video calling.
To integrate videos into TaskHuman’s health and wellness application and allow users to connect from anywhere world, the video SDKs are used. Despite this, the organization’s legacy SDK provider was unable to provide this A smooth and reliable experience necessary for the organization, the forced the company to invest significant resources in identifying and solving the company’s problems. In early 2021, TaskHuman switched from its current Video SDK to Zoom’s Video SDK and was able to:
Make sure video is as reliable as possible in its applications
Improve performance even in bandwidth-constrained environments
Improve the quality of service for customers