WebRTC Weekly Issue #101 - January 6, 2016

Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com.


All technical and releases this week.


ORTC vs. WebRTC: That’s Not The Right Question (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora explains how ORTC gets realizes in WebRTC and what replaces SDP, if anything.

RTCP MUX and its Impact on Interoperability with Traditional VoIP (WebRTC Standards)
Non-multiplexing of RTCP and RTP is not mandatory to implement. This may affect those looking for interoperability with SIP.

How to send/receive calls in your Android app using AT&T Enhanced WebRTC (AT&T Developer Portal)
A step by step guide to building your first app with AT&T Enhanced WebRTC.

Discovering Voxbone’s WebRTC SDK 2.0 (Voxbone)
Voxbone releases a new version of their WebRTC SDK – and explains how to use it.

Ideas for WebRTC Implementation (InfoQ)
Nikolai Bezruk on various attempts he made at recording a WebRTC session.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Nothing notable this week.


VoxImplant Instant Messaging and Web SDK upgrade (VoxImplant)
VoxImplant beefs its IM capabilities and adds support for the Temasys plugin.

New Release: OpenTok iOS & Android 2.7.0 (TokBox)
TokBox optimizes and improves its OpenTok mobile SDKs.

Sonus Streamlines WebRTC Adoption with Increased Android, iOS and Public Cloud Support (Press release)
Sonus SBC now comes complete with its mobile SDK.

CafeX Creates a ‘KickStart’ for Customer Engagement (NoJitter)
Brent Kelly details CafeX’ new designer tool.

Big Update – Built-in VOIP, Chat, Muting and More (Zencastr)
Built-in = WebRTC

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