WebRTC Weekly Issue #28 - August 13, 2014

It’s August and hope you’re enjoying your summer! Here is the latest on WebRTC  from your friends at webrtcweekly.com


CEBP Is Here … Again (nojitter.com)
CEBP – Communication Enabled Business Processes. Andrew Prokop writes about why CEBP is hot again and why it might actually happen this time around.

Voice-only applications: The Cinderella of WebRTC (disruptivewireless.blogspot.com)
Dead Bubley notes how voice is often neglected in WebRTC. There are only two things the team behind WebRTCWeekly has to say about it: +1 & Like

WebRTC + VoIP: 2 Great Tastes (nojitter.com)
Billy Chia makes the point of the need to merge VoIP and the web (this ends up being WebRTC if you ask me).


WebRTC “Just Works” Over IPv6… (internetsociety.org)
The title says it all for this one.

Chrome to introduce new vendor prefix, for testing WebRTC (browsernative.com)
So. Google Chrome team wants to experiment with browser properties related to WebRTC and make us all guinea pigs. I am all for it.

Survey results: and the WebRTC developers say… (webrtcHacks.com)
Analysis of a recent survey results for WebRTC developers. Some interesting insights there.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Comverse Acquires Solaiemes to Broaden its Digital Services Portfolio (comverse.com)
Another acquisition of a WebRTC company. This time Solaiemes, in the telecom/IMS domain.

Another View on WebRTC Data Channel – Interview with StreamRoot (blog.uppersideconferences.com)
An interview with StreamRoot on their service – P2P CDN video streaming.

Doctor On Demand Raises $21M Series A And Adds Comcast As A Customer (techcrunch.com)
Doctor On Demand are/were an AddLive customer. You can say that they use WebRTC for their service. And now they’ve raised a significant amount of money and a large customer.


Summer time I guess…

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