WebRTC Weekly Issue #20 - June 18, 2014

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

Before we begin:

Kranky Geek WebRTC Show site is now live. Tickets have been sold out, but you might want to try the waiting list – there might be some last minute cancellations.

We have a twitter account for it: @webrtclive


Why the net neutrality debate also matters for VoIP (gigaom.com)
Alexey Aylarov explains how the current net neutrality debase is affecting VoIP and WebRTC.

The old-world telco mindset lives on. IMS advocates still don’t “get it” (disruptivewireless.blogspot.com)
Dean Bubley shares his impressions from the IIR conference in Munich and how telcos have a hard time changing their mindsets when it comes to disruptors like WebRTC. I can say I had the same feelings in the conference I’ve attended.

Five Reasons to Choose WebRTC for Video Calling (weemo.com)
Paul Yantus of Weemo outlines why WebRTC is so enticing as a technology for video calling. In the end, it boils down to reduction of barriers for everyone involved.


There were no interesting technical WebRTC related post this week.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Kindle Fire Mayday Customer Service Provides Angry Birds Walkthroughs, Dragon Drawings (techcrunch.com)
A reminder – Mayday is WebRTC based. People use it in ways that aren’t obvious in contact centers today. I’d think about it in the context of Seth Godin’s event better than an app post.

Vyopta Launches WebRTC Support for Video Customer Engagement Solutions (prweb.com)
Pexip has been adopted by Vyopta for its customer engagement solutions.


Deep dive into the ‘Video Driver’ (tokbox.com)
TokBox outlines the changes they have done to their iOS and Android SDK in their latest release.

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