WebRTC Weekly Issue #136 - September 7, 2016

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


Geographical Silos vs. Service Silos… Guess Who Faces Crexit (The New Dial Tone)
On global players and how WebRTC gives them an edge in communications.


WebRTC: To Mechanical Turk or NOT to Mechanical Turk (testRTC)
On the need of test automation for WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Facebook Messenger’s “Instant Video” Lets You Simultaneously Use Video and Chat (Disruptive Telephony)
Facebook joins the fray after Google Duo, adding their own twist on video chat with Instant Video.

Callstats.io raises $3M Series A round for its WebRTC analytics service (TechCrunch)
Callstats.io raises some funding for their service – kudos.

Greta Raises $1.1 Million in Seed Funding (webrtc.digest)
Greta, one of the P2P CDN players raised their own seed round.

Blowing up on Kickstarter, Hello brings video conferencing and security to any TV (TechCrunch)
Getting this type of a product to succeed in Kickstarter AND covered by TechCrunch isn’t easy.


AnyMeeting Releases Meeting 4.0, the Next Generation of Its Core Web Conferencing Platform (Press release)
AnyMeeting improves their WebRTC support with 720p resolution in this latest release.

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