WebRTC Weekly Issue #189 - September 13, 2017

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


Atlassian launches Stride, its Slack competitor (TechCrunch)
Written from the ground up, to end up replacing Hipchat. And it uses Jitsi for its comms.

Which CPaaS Provider Alternative is the Best Choice for Your Application? Tokbox, Vidyo, Temasys, Twilio & More (WebRTC.ventures)
Some of the alternatives out there when you need CPaaS.


WebRTC Development Trends Survey (WebRTC.ventures) SPONSORED
Take our quick survey on WebRTC development and we’ll share with you an update to our very popular report Trends in WebRTC Development!

Opus audio in Construct 3 (Scirra)
One codec to rule them all. I wonder if and when will we see such a post related to a video codec.

Upcoming WebRTC Improvements in Asterisk 15 (Asterisk)
Asterisk is starting to take WebRTC seriously, adding things like BUNDLE (and beating Chrome to unified plan)

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Blacc Spot Media Helps Outdoor Adventures Save 31% in the First Year (Blacc Spot Media) SPONSORED
Learn how our team saved Outdoor Adventures 31% on their yearly sales operating expenses with a custom outbound sales solution powered by Twilio.

Streamroot raises $3.2 million for its peer-to-peer video delivery technology (TechCrunch)
Streamroot raises additional funding.


NTT Com Launches Enterprise Cloud WebRTC Platform Globally (Press release)
NTT Communications officially launches its WebRTC API platform.

Programmable Video Adds Support for Safari 11, Improves Performance w/ H.264 Codec, and More (Twilio)
Just in time for the new iPhone announcement

Meet Our New Ultra Low Latency Streaming Service (Wowza)
Wowza officially launches its low latency service, with WebRTC components.

Weekly App Stats: Bird’s Eye View into your WebRTC App Performance (callstats.io)
callstats.io adds a weekly stats dashboard.

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