WebRTC Weekly Issue #328 - May 20, 2020

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


Nvidia GeForce Now appears to be live and playable on Chromebooks (9to5Google)
Nvidia’s cloud gaming adopting WebRTC to get on Chromebooks properly.


AV1, H.265 and Janus walk into a bar (Meetecho)
Janus adds support for the latest video codecs.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Wave Hello to Server Video (Discord)
Discord doubles down on video, beefing their capabilities up in that area.

Twilio tapped for Zocdoc’s expansion into telehealth video consultations (TechCrunch)
Telehealth is becoming the new norm?

2600Hz Intros Beta Softphone & Video Conferencing (UCToday)
Another week, another UCaaS vendor introduces video conferencing.


OpenTok Version 2.17: What’s New and How You Can Use It (Vonage)
SDK updates across all operating systems and browsers.

From our own posts

Security by WebRTC or security by obscurity? (RingCentral)

How to know if an open source WebRTC media server is kept up to date? (BlogGeek.me)