WebRTC Weekly Issue #115 - April 13, 2016

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


WebRTC Is Not Losing Steam (NoJitter)
I tend to agree.

WebRTC Post-Mortem: Looking at the Good & the Bad (NoJitter)
Iwrin Lazar’s summary of the WebRTC Conference-within-a-Conference at Enterprise Connect.

Facebook & live video : broadcast will never be the same again (TokBox)
TokBox on the importance of live broadcast.


The Big Churn – learning from real usage stats (webrtcHacks)
Some interesting statistics on WebRTC session behavior from callstats.io.

Is It The End Of SDP in WebRTC As We Know It? (WebRTC Standards)
Whoa. If this happens, it will be THE major headache for vendors.

First SVC codec in webRTC to be … VP8 !? (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
Alex believes SVC will get there first on VP8 in WebRTC.

Do We Need Standards for WebRTC? (The New Dial Tone)
Some interesting opinions there. I haven’t made my mind about this one. Yet.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

WebTorrent Streams Torrents Beautifully (TorrentFreak)
WebTorrent now has a PC application.

Case Study: XmarteK Brings Veeting to Latin America (Veeting Rooms)
XmarteK becomes a distirbutor of Veeting Rooms.

Calling all Slack Users (LyteSpark)
The latest vendor to add Slack calling other than Slack is LyteSpark.


Slack beta update brings mobile calling to iOS and Android users (TheNextWeb)
That was fast.

SURF Drives Incumbent SIP/H.323 Video Conferencing into the Future (Digital Journal)
SURF join the WebRTC ecosystem, supporting WebRTC in its multimedia conferencing platform.

HD Audio Playback / Streaming (VoxImplant)
VoxImplant adds HD to its audio playback and streaming capabilities.

Intel® Collaboration Suite for WebRTC v3.1 Release Announcement (Intel)
Intel’s media server now supports GPU-accelerated encoding for H.264.

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