WebRTC Weekly Issue #104 - January 27, 2016

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

Before we begin:

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Kranky Geek Bengaluru (Chris Kranky)
What to expect of our upcoming event in India.

Why WebRTC Needs a PR Campaign (Blacc Spot Media)
An interesting view, though I am not sure the problem is a PR campaign.


Passive Aggressive Nomination Will Improve ICE Startup (WebRTC Standards)
How ICE procedures in WebRTC is different than in SIP.

WebRTC Call Quality, What Not To Do (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora on the different ways contact centers can plug WebRTC in – and how they may botch call quality in the process.

UX and WebRTC blog series (&yet)
If you missed this series, here’s a chance to read it all at once.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Crowdcast: Live Video Events That Don’t Suck (TokBox)
TokBox showcasing Crowdcast webinars platform which uses Spotlight.

This startup’s online video chat platform is more secure than Skype (TheNextWeb)
Airwave getting a favorable review on TNW.

ZCast for iPhone makes live podcasting with real-time feedback a reality (iDownloadBlog)
Yes. They use WebRTC.

Honda Group Selects VeriShow Automotive (VeriShow)
A nice win for VeriShow.

Aircall Grabs $2.75 Million For Its Powerful Phone Customer Support Service For Teams (TechCrunch)
Business phones start to take notice of WebRTC in the past year.


Intel Collaboration Suite for WebRTC v3.0 Release Announcement (Intel Developer Zone)
Intel’s offering looks like an interesting alternative for building media servers.

Callstats.io Integration with Jitsi Meet (Callstats.io)
You can now easily use Callstats.io service for your Jitsi client.

Snapchat Leak Reveals An Upgraded Messaging Experience With Audio & Video Calling, Stickers & More (TechCrunch)
Snapchat is on its way to improve its voice/video calling capabilities.

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