WebRTC Weekly Issue #276 - May 22, 2019

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


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Enghouse Systems Acquires Vidyo, Inc (press release)
“for a purchase price of approximately $40 million. Vidyo’s annual revenue is approximately $60 million.”


PSA: WebRTC M75 Release Notes (discuss-webrtc)
The latest Chrome release notes. A few features, PSAs and deprecations.

The WhatsApp RTCP exploit – what might have happened? (webrtcHacks)
My takeaway? Don’t blindly rely on open source – especially if you’re big.

WebRTC support, progress report #2 (Godot)
Interestingly, another gaming engine is adding WebRTC support.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

A Comparison Hive WebRTC Vs. Installed Hive Agents (Hive)
A good overview of WebRTC vs installed alternatives. It is sad they don’t keep up to date with browser support (Safari has WebRTC support on both Mac and iOS these days).

Live Video – The New Way to Educate (Agora.io)
Education is one of the leading verticals for WebRTC. This article brings the story of VIPKids.


Introducing The New Librem Chat (Purism)
This makes use of Riot. They don’t indicate if calls are group or P2P and if these are also encrypted end to end (in the case of group calls).


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