WebRTC Weekly Issue #103 - January 20, 2016

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


Does telephony matter if no one talks to each other anymore? (chadwallacehart)
Chad Hart analyzes if voice calls are interesting at all these days.

WebRTC’s Risks & Rewards: Listen Up, C-Suite (Light Reading)
We haven’t had a 101 article on WebRTC for quite some time here.

7 things to expect in WebRTC development in 2016 (webRTC.ventures)
An interesting review of what’s ahead of us in 2016.


Should Your WebRTC App be Native or Hybrid? (Netscan)
This one is slightly generic, and fails to touch specifically the WebRTC angle of it, but a good starting point.

SD-WAN in Context of WebRTC (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora explains how and where SD-WAN affects (and is affected by) WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Microsoft wants to improve video calls by projecting people into your room (TheNextWeb)
I have a better idea – why not get video calls to work in your popular browsers first, and then go holographic on us?

Iskratel Adds Veeting Rooms to its Product Portfolio (Iskratel)
Veeting Rooms wins another white label customer – this time Iskratel.


Radish Announces ChoiceView WebRTC (Radish Systems)
Radish Systems adds browser click-to-dial by way of WebRTC.

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