WebRTC Weekly Issue #15 - May 14, 2014

Here’s the latest news this week on WebRTC from your friends at webrtcweekly.com

Before we begin: We’re planning an event. End of June (right after Google I/O). In San Francisco. Some preliminary details about our Geek & Kranky Show


How to Make a Million Dollars with WebRTC (agilityfeat.com)
Some suggestions to those wanting to make a living out of WebRTC on possible strategies.

Should Your Business Adopt WebRTC? 5 Questions to Ask (softwareadvice.com)
A good overview on WebRTC.


orca.js: open real-time communications API (webrtchacks.com)
An overview of ORCA, an abstraction layer API on top of WebRTC.

Screensharing with WebRTC (hancke.name)
A good overview of the new screen sharing capablity in Chrome.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

SK Telecom Sounds Off on WebRTC (lightreading.com)
Not much to go on from SKT here, but this is another indication that we should be adding a “weekly telco news” section. Last week it was Tuenti and Comcast and before that NTT.

Live Website Video Chat as a Customer Support Tool (teledini.com)
Making the case for video chat in contact centers (and who is doing it today already).

Amazon and WebRTC (nojitter.com)
Some good insights to where besides Amazon Mayday can Amazon utilize WebRTC.

Attend Anywhere At The Alfred: Treating & Supporting Individuals with Cystic Fibrosis – Virtually Amazing! (bitamilanian.com)
An overview of Attend Anywhere’s teleheatlh solution, which uses WebRTC.


Temasys Plugin Supports WebRTC in Internet Explorer and Apple Safari, on Desktops (temasys.com.sg)
Most definitely the best news we had this month. This is real progress for WebRTC in the non-supporting browsers space.

Voxbone Promises WebRTC Plus QOS (nojitter.com)
If you are looking for an explanation of the latest PR from Voxbone, then this is the best one around.

Comings & Goings: Paul Yantus Joins Weemo as VP of Marketing (webrtcworld.com)
Weemo’s new VP Marketing is the ex-CEO of Vizit. Why is this newsworthy? Because of the next one:

Twilio Welcomes Richard Dalzell to Board of Directors (prnewswire.co.uk)
The new director at Twilio? A former CIO and SVP of Amazon (as in AWS).

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