WebRTC Weekly Issue #259 - January 23, 2019

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


Vonage Study Reveals Live Video’s Shift from Social to Business Use (TokBox)
Interesting data points. Video is growing rather nicely.

Cisco Tropo: Dead or Alive? (UCToday)
Tropo is dead. APIs in Cisco WebEx are alive.

Two new Hangouts Meet tools added to the Admin console (G Suite Updates)
Google adds some love (and network stats) for admins on Hangouts Meet conferences.


Why is Round-trip Time a Valuable WebRTC Metric for Contact Centers? (callstats.io)
Also read the one about jitter.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Introducing CoScreen — a new approach to agile remote collaboration (CoScreen)
This is an interesting take on screen sharing.

Houseparty adds Heads Up in a new push into gaming and revenue (The Verge)
Houseparty found a revenue stream from partnering on games. I hope this will be sustainable.

Squad is the new screensharing chat app everyone will copy (TechCrunch)
Houseparty+screen sharing.


Introducing NEXTV (RemoteMonster)
RemoteMonster releases a live, interactive broadcasting service.

Use Yodel without the Need of Slack: The Yodel Standalone App (Yodel)
Yodel now has its own app.

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