WebRTC Weekly Issue #140 - October 5, 2016

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

Before we begin:

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Death of Skype for Windows Phones Opens New Doors For WebRTC (ProgrammableWeb)
Lantre Barr looks at the recent moves by Microsoft to remove Skype support from Windows Phones and what this means.

Skype Web SDK – WebRTC Update (thoughtstuff)
And here’s another view related to the WebRTC embrace by Microsoft.


ICE restarts (Philipp Hancke)
Fippo on the need to handle ICE restarts in your code.

JANUS webRTC media and application server (WebRTC by Dr Alex)
Everything you wanted to know about Janus.

Opus negotiation for the practical man (Giacomo Vacca)
An explanation of the SDP parameters you can use in Opus.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Darty Upgrades Its Customer Service With a Button and Live Video Assistance (SightCall)
Darty selects SightCall for its live video assistance service.


Limitless Customer Experience Possibilities For Contact Centers – Introducing SIP Interconnect (TokBox)
TokBox, a Telefonica company, acknowledges non-VoIP networks – and SIP. Is the next step SMS and PSTN voice support?

Opus for Asterisk (Digium)
About time.

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