WebRTC Weekly Issue #114 - April 6, 2016

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

Before we begin:

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Why Use WebRTC? (NoJitter)
I couldn’t have said it better myself.

The Alliance for Open Media Welcomes New Members and Announces Availability of Open Source Video Codec Project (AOMedia)
AMD, ARM and NVIDIA join the alliance.

No matter how you slice it, Apple and WebRTC need each other (TechCrunch)
An interesting read by Itay Rosenfeld.

WebRTC Take-Away Info from MS build and Edge web Summit conferences (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
My takeaway is that Microsoft is still not getting it. They need to support WebRTC in IE as well.


The End of Transcoding WebRTC Video Sessions (The New Dial Tone)
Amir Zmora takes a look at the impact of H.264 in Chrome.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Microsoft’s new tools let businesses integrate Skype into their own web and mobile apps (TechCrunch)
Not WebRTC. Yet. Skype has a ways to go until developers will trust its intentions, especially considering its history with developers.

Samsung Ups the Ante on Customer Support with New Version of Samsung+ App (Samsung)
One wonders. Are they using WebRTC in a similar fashion to Amazon Mayday, or is this something else?

Gruveo Powers Student-to-Teacher Sessions at Livetutor (Gruveo)
Gruveo wins a customer in the education space.


Nothing new this week.

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