WebRTC Weekly Issue #213 - February 28, 2018

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


How to build a browser-based live streaming workflow with WebRTC.live? sponsored
We are entering a new live streaming era where browser-based, plugin-free and ultra-low latency on any device are the key drivers for interactive customer engagement. Check out what’s needed!

Google says more than 40 carriers and device manufacturers now use its platform for RCS, the next generation of SMS (TechCrunch)
The biggest blocker to RCS adoption has always been the carriers.

Signal Foundation (Signal)
$50M in funding. I wonder what they’ll do with that amount.

The Next Best Action for Genesys: Acquiring Altocloud (Genesys)
Genesys acquires Altocloud for its customer journey analytics capabilities.

WebRTC: Is this Finally the Year? (NoJitter)
Assuming we’re talking 2016, then yes.


Orchestrating TURN Servers for Cloud Deployment (Microsoft Developer Blog)
Deploying TURN in Docker containers.

A Case of High Latency: Hairpinning or Distance? (callstats.io)
A look at round trip delays in a deployment.

[Webinar Recording] Creating a Kickass WebRTC Monitor (testRTC)
A webinar showing what testRTC can do and how applications are using it for monitoring.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Facebook Messenger now lets you add friends during calls without stopping the party (TheNextWeb)
One of them trivial things that aren’t really trivial.


Product Update: WebRTC Pre-Call Test Measures Network Quality (callstats.io)
Callstats adding pre call test functionality to their SDK.

Dialogic Launches into Mobile World Congress 2018 with a Whole New BUZZ (Press release)
Dialogic releases its messaging based UC product.

Announcing a Major Performance and Stability Update (Zencastr)
The details are interesting here. Goes to show the attention needed to get the UI work fluidly with WebRTC.

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