WebRTC Weekly Issue #318 - March 11, 2020

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


Lifesize + Serenova: Delivering Personal Experiences to Contact Center and Modern Workplace Communications (Lifesize)
An interesting merger.


PSA: Flag to test removal of DTLS 1.0 available in M82 (discuss-webrtc)
Final removal takes place in Chrome 83.

Firefox 74 tightens add-on security, simplifies importing data from Microsoft Edge (BetaNews)
No TLS 1.0/1.1 in WebRTC for Firefox anymore.

Assessment of QoE for Video and Audio in WebRTC Applications Using Full-Reference Models (MDPI journals)
An interesting paper on media quality testing in WebRTC.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

WebRTC Development (sponsored):
Contact WebRTC.ventures to build your live video application!

MessageBird launches Inbox.ai to disrupt the customer service market (TechCrunch)
The calling part there uses WebRTC 😀

Public Telephone Company Introduces Video Services (Press release)
Another provider does video.

Simwood Announces High Quality, Secure Voice and Message Apps (Le Lézard)
Offers a framework to embed in other products and services.


Exciting Improvements to Call Recording (Gruveo)
Integration with Dropbox and Google Drive for recording sessions.

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