WebRTC Weekly Issue #336 - July 15, 2020

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


Verizon partners with Airtel to launch BlueJeans in India (TechCrunch)
Last week it was JioMeet. This week it is Airtel and BlueJeans.

Haivision snaps up P2P video tech startup Teltoo (Light Reading)
Another P2P CDN startup gets acquired.

Tinder now testing video chat in select markets, including US (TechCrunch)
Video dating is relevant. We just needed a pandemic to get here.


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PSA: Changes to enumerateDevices() in Chrome 86 (discuss-webrtc)
You won’t be able to list devices with nice names before having permissions. Check you code.

What is Latency? – Network Meaning & Reduction Techniques (Agora)
A good introduction/overview of latency.

3 Common WebRTC Workflows (Wowza)
I like how they split streaming into 3 separate workflow types.

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Reimagining virtual collaboration for the future of work and learning (Microsoft)
Together mode is interesting. Aiming for 1,000 as the new 100 in video call sizes.

Libtorrent Adds WebTorrent Support, Expanding the Reach of Browser Torrenting (TorrentFreak)
More torrent services are adding support to WebTorrent (based on WebRTC).


Announcing the beta release of Voice Diagnostics Web App and RTC Diagnostics SDK (Twilio)
A programmable alternative to test.webrtc.org focused on Twilio’s service.

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