WebRTC Weekly Issue #342 - August 26, 2020

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


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Zoom Expands to Smart Displays at Home (Zoom)
They aren’t the only vendor (See Use Cases), but they are certainly the most interesting one.

The Video Calling Switchboard Has Arrived (VoIPWatch)
On Zoom’s move to consumer home devices.


RED: Improving Audio Quality with Redundancy (webrtcHacks)
Audio forward error correction alternatives in WebRTC.

Amazon team takes first place in Interspeech 2020 Deep Noise Suppression Challenge (Amazon Science)
When can we see this in WebAssembly form?

Cisco Announces Intent to Acquire BabbleLabs to Improve Video Meeting Experience (Press release)
Noise suppression is important now.

How NAT traversal works (tailscale)
Your 101 on NAT.

Updated Candidate Recommendation: WebRTC 1.0: Real-time Communication Between Browsers (W3C News)
Better late than never 😉

Use Cases and Customer Wins

Facebook Portal gets serious about remote work with BlueJeans, GoToMeeting, Webex and Zoom apps (TechCrunch)
Facebook Portal pulls a Poly X, becoming a platform for other video conferencing solutions.


RingByName Announces Free Video Conferencing and Collaboration for All (Press release)
Video is free. For now.

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