WebRTC Weekly Issue #133 - August 17, 2016

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


Not All Enterprise Video Delivery Systems Are Created Equal (Streaming Media)
A look at the various video streaming technologies that are out there today.

Why Dropbox Must Take WebRTC Seriously (The New Dial Tone)
On the trend of acquihiring a small startup and then… doing nothing.

How WebRTC Video Chat Has The Potential To Revolutionize Customer Support (Tagove)
The main benefits were left out here. For me, these are context and integration.


Copresence in WebVR (Boris Smus)
As he states – WebAudio + WebRTC + WebVR = ❤

Working around WebRTC bugs (Philipp Hancke)
fippo with a few workarounds to known WebRTC bugs.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

It’s just the beginning. (Beam)
Beam just got acquired by Microsoft showing the worth of WebRTC in live streaming.

Hangouts On Air moving from Google+ to YouTube Live (Google)
Another nail in the coffin of Google+.


Meet Google Duo, a simple 1-to-1 video calling app for everyone (Google)
Google officially launches Duo.

Behind the Scenes with Cloud9: WebRTC Updates Support Cutting-Edge Audio and Performance for C9Trader (Cloud9)
Cloud9 with a new release. Shows how focusing on media means more than just relying on what WebRTC offers out of the box.

Blab is dead…long live Blab (Blab)
Blab closes shop due to churn.

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