WebRTC Weekly Issue #145 - November 9, 2016

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

Before we begin:

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Dear Microsoft (Slack)
Microsoft introduces Teams, and Slack responds with a large ad trying to explain to them what team collaboration means.

Since We Can’t Afford a Full Page Ad in New York Times (Zinc)
So Zinc tries to say collaboration shouldn’t be limited to IT-rich companies.

OTTs Combining WebRTC with SD-WAN – a New Headache for Operators (The New Dial Tone)
Where SD-WAN meets WebRTC.


Controlling bandwidth usage in WebRTC and how googSuspendBelowMinBitrate works (Real Time Communications Bits)
Gustavo Garcia on bitrate estimation and video encoding in WebRTC.

ICE restarts (again) (Philipp Hancke)
Fippo taking a look at ICE restarts and another corner case there.

Tracking an Anonymous Peer Using WebRTC (GUYA.NET)
Finally! Someone finds some good use to the alleged/questionable/worrisome IP “leak” in WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

White Paper: Education Guide- How to survive and thrive in a live video world (TokBox) SPONSORED
How education providers can ride the live video wave to improve engagement and learning outcomes.

PlushCare nabs $8M Series A to prove telehealth can go mainstream (TeleHealth)
Telehealth and WebRTC go hand in hand. PlushCare is just the latest example.


Grandstream’s IPVideoTalk just got better (VoIP Supply)
IPVideoTalk adds WebRTC support among other capabilities.

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