WebRTC Weekly Issue #195 - October 25, 2017

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

Before we begin:

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Cisco Just spent $1.9 Billion dollars to acquire Broadsoft (VoIPWatch)
Andy on the acquisition this week of Broadsoft by Cisco.

Choosing the Right WebRTC Provider at the Right Price (Callstats.io)
Price comparisons of WebRTC APIs is always tricky.


Cache Me If You Can (acmqueue)
The story of Edgemesh and decentralized networking.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Blacc Spot Media Helps Regroup Therapy Raise $8M in Funding (Blacc Spot Media) SPONSORED
Regroup Therapy is securely providing over 4,000+ therapy sessions per month with the platform built and deployed by Blacc Spot Media.  Learn more about how Blacc Spot Media has helped take Regroup Therapy to the next level.

“Click to Call” What’s the point? (Vodafone)
Vodafone adds click to call from the browser to business accounts.

Facebook tests Live Video Producer Tool with multi-camera support and GFX features (TheNextWeb)
Facebook seems to be going all out with what can be done with WebRTC.

Mixer in Minecraft 1.2.5 beta (Mixer)
I guess I should have seen that coming, now that both Mixer and Minecraft are both Microsoft.

Streem Brings Augmented Reality, 3-D Mapping to Twilio Video Chat (Twilio)
Streem uses Twilio for its AR use case.


Fuze Web to Enable the First Full UCaaS Experience – No Download Required (Press release)
I love this sentence: “Unlike most collaboration tools, Fuze Web can run directly from the browser”

Instagram integrates video calls as Shared Stories in most recent bid for your attention (TheNextWeb)
I’m wondering if this one’s WebRTC or not.

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