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Neelakantan G
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I read in the documents "SFU in one to many WebRTC Streams in Enterprise edition". Does it mean that AntMedia is an MCU in many to many in community and enterprise edition?

Also, I would like to know what is the resolution supported, and is there a limitation of number of participants shown on the browser (due to physical limitation or any other reason).

Thank you in advance.

Neelakantan G
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Hi Neelakantan,
SFU is also many to many solution and Ant Media Server is an SFU server. Ant Media Server is not an MCU for now but we will plan to be.
Here is our blogpost about the WebRTC multiparty communication.
You can set the resolution on Ant Media Server. We don't have such a benchmark on browsers. 


PS: Free or Paid one-on-one support and consultancy for your streaming project, please book at https://calendly.com/antmedia/
Regards,
Burak Kekec
On Fri, 5 Jun at 10:07 AM , Neelakantan <neelakantan@bitbridge.co.jp> wrote:
I read in the documents "SFU in one to many WebRTC Streams in Enterprise edition". Does it mean that AntMedia is an MCU in many to many in community and enterprise edition?

Also, I would like to know what is the resolution supported, and is there a limitation of number of participants shown on the browser (due to physical limitation or any other reason).

Thank you in advance.

Neelakantan G
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