WebRTC Weekly Issue #169 - April 26, 2017

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


Second Issue of the WebRTC Metrics Report Series Is Out (callstats.io) SPONSORED
Updated metrics for Q1 2017. Setup failure metrics are down to 2%. Get the report to see all statistics.

uTorrent Will Move to The Web Browser (TorrentFreak)
And the only way to do that is… WebRTC.

Bitmovin Joins the Alliance for Open Media (Alliance of Open Media)
Every time I visit the AOMedia homepage I see a few more members. Bitmovin is a great addition to the roster.

How Can I Use SIP with WebRTC? (Frozen Mountain)
I liked how this explains what WebRTC is from SIP point of view.


Are Elliptic Curve Cryptography Patents a Threat to WebRTC Apps? (The New Dial Tone)
If you don’t have enough headache from codecs and patent rights, read this.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

With Dialpad-Amazon Echo integration, Alexa can make phone calls for you (TechCrunch)
I wonder if people would call it an IOT use case and attribute it to WebRTC.

Dialogic Joins the GENBAND Kandy Ecosystem to Enhance Video Offerings (Press release)
GENBAND selects Dialogic’s PowerMedia XMS as its media server for Kandy.

Babylon Health raises further $60M to continue building out AI doctor app (TechCrunch)
Healthcare and WebRTC. Can’t really say more.


Firefox faster and more stable with the first big bytes of Project Quantum, simpler with compact themes and permissions redesign (Mozilla)
Permissions in Firefox (including camera and mic) got redesigned.

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