WebRTC Weekly Issue #144 - November 2, 2016

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

Before we begin:

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Marc Andreessen joins board of Dialpad, the desk phone killer (TechCrunch)
It seems to me that high profile investors are warming up to startups that make use of WebRTC.


Getting Started with WebRTC and Test Driven Development (Cold-Brew)
A step-by-step guide to building your first WebRTC data channel service.

PSA: WebRTC M55 Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
Chrome 55 adds sender side bandwidth estimation.

Opus/G.711 Transcoding For The Practical Man (Giacomo Vacca)
Giacomo with another useful post about Opus. This one with a great suggestion – try to avoid using G.711 as much as you can.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

WebRTC ventures team wins TADHack prize for Bot (WebRTC.ventures)
An interesting integration of Tropo, VoxImplant and API.ai.

Dailymotion and Streamroot, a Winning Combination for Large-Scale OTT (Streamroot)
Streamroot also picked by Dailymotion. We’ve announced Peer5 last time.

Gaming features in Windows 10 Creator’s Update include native Beam streaming (TechCrunch)
The fastest integration and product launch after an acquisition? Seems like Microsoft has a gameplan for Beam already laid out.


Introducing Encrypted Archiving (TokBox)
OpenTok now adds encrypted archiving capabilities.

Drum announces the release of its new web meeting management solution (Press release)
Drum adds a meeting management dashboard to their solution.

Implementing WebRTC with Incredible PBX for XiVO (Nerd Vittles)
XiVO open source PBX adds WebRTC.

Web and Mobile App Developers Empowered With Google Cloud Speech API (Press release)
VoxImplant beefs up its IVR capabilities.

AT&T Enhanced WebRTC API Closing (RTCnews)

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