WebRTC Weekly Issue #288 - August 14, 2019

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


Revealed: Microsoft Contractors Are Listening to Some Skype Calls (Vice)
Seems like everyone who’s pushing the AI boundaries in speech is listening in on calls.

JVB 2.0: preparing our video router for the next 10 years of video conferencing (Jitsi)
Seems like Jitsi is ready to roll out a rearchitected videobridge core.


PSA: Private IP addresses exposed by WebRTC changing to mDNS hostnames (discuss-webrtc)
mDNS is coming officially this month to all non-getUserMedia() scenarios.

Unity and OpenTok, Take Two (Nexmo)
TokBox/Nexmo revisits using OpenTok with Unity.

Packet Loss Runtime Comparisons for iOS Video SDKs with Apple’s Network Link Conditioner: Agora v. Twilio, TokBox, & Facetime (Agora)
Agora continues to push its network resiliency capabilities.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Discord launches its own mini-livestreaming service (Discord)
I wonder if this uses WebRTC. Should probably invite them to talk again at Kranky Geek 🙂

SignalWire Secures $11.5M Series A Financing Round Led by Storm Ventures (Press release)
Kudos for the founding round.

Tiger  Global  to  lead  $30  mn funding  round  in tutoring  start-up Vedantu (Press release)
Great to see startups using WebRTC around the globe growing.


None this week.

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